Basque coast

Nestled between the ocean and the mountains, the Basque coast is a 100% holiday destination throughout the year.

Besides its rich culture (dancing, singing ...) and gastronomy, it offers endless landscapes.

From Biarritz to Hendaye, via Bidart, Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Urrugne and Ciboure, coastal towns and beaches seriously compete the small inland villages which, as Espelette and Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port shine by their typical architecture, their culinary specialties and their secular heritage.

Whether you are thalasso, hiking, idleness or simply gourmet, discover through our 5 residences, this destination with singular culture where conviviality and sense of the festival are not empty words ...

Things to see / do in the Basque Country

The Basque coast has so many tourist sites to discover that it would be difficult to make an exhaustive list, however, here is our selection of things to discover for a successful holiday in the Basque Country:

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    • The typical villages (Ciboure, Urrugne, Sare, Ainhoa, Espelette ...)
    • Towns of character (Bayonne, Biarritz, Bidart, Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Hendaye ...)
    • Spectacular natural sites (Basque Corniche, bay of Saint Jean de Luz, Bay of Hendaye, Rhune Mountain...)
    • Gastronomy (Espelette pepper, ham and chocolate from Bayonne, sheep cheese, Basque cake from Sare or Villefranque, black cherry from Itxassou...)
    • A rich heritage (Basque churches, songs, dances, Basque pelota, cemeteries of character ...)
    • Numerous museums and sites (Basque Museum in Bayonne, Museum of the Sea and City of the Ocean in Biarritz, Abbadia Castle in Hendaye, Urtubie Castle in Urrugne, Sare caves...)
    • Sports (basque pelota, Basque force, surfing, white water sports, hiking, water sports...)

Highlights of the Basque Country

The Basque coast is full of animations and festivals throughout the year. Whether musical, artistic, traditional or gastronomic, they will delight both young and old:

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