Biarritz and its surroundings
Bayonne: a listed City of Art and History, Bayonne is known for its festive atmosphere and summer events. As the capital of France’s Basque Country, Bayonne is bursting with things to see and do, making it one of the region’s unmissable stop-offs. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Sainte-Marie cathedral, the Musée de Bonnat-Helleu, the Basque and history of Bayonne museum, the botanical gardens, and the Carreau des Halles.
Espelette: tucked away in the French Basque Country’s inland region, Espelette is a sweet little village where you can still see traditional Basque houses with lines of peppers strung up to dry from the walls and balconies.
Seaside resorts: Anglet, known as ‘Little California’, the surfing capital of Biarritz, Saint-Jean-de-Luz and its majestic bay, Guéthary and its protected natural sites, Bidart and its six idyllic beaches, Hendaye for its surfing hotspots: just some of the Basque coast’s best-known seaside resorts.
Ainhoa: listed among France’s most beautiful villages, the fortified town of Ainhoa is a masterclass in the Basque art of living.
La Rhune: La Rhune boasts the Basque coast’s highest point and is the perfect place to take in spectacular views of the region at over 905 metres of elevation.
Water sports, surfing, golf course, Basque pelota, hiking
Food & drink
Ham, Basque garbure (soup), Espelette pepper, foie gras, Basque chicken, Basque cake.
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