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Because of its ideal location between the sea and the mountains, the Basque Country offers you a wide range of visits and walks, in the heart of different cities or villages that are not lacking in interest.

Campsite near SAINT-JEAN-DE-LUZ

You will stroll around quietly, and you will appreciate the pedestrian part, a source of tranquility and relaxation. This city has many assets: both from a historical point of view, since it was a city of privateers from the 17th century, and from an architectural point of view through its famous buildings. Gastronomy is not to be outdone and you can taste some of the region’s treasures such as its famous fish soup, ttoro, or Adam’s macaroons. The city will offer you a wide range of activities (golf, water sports, Basque pelota…) unless you opt for a relaxing moment at the thalassotherapy.

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Discover BIARRITZ from the campsite

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From the Old Port to the Grande Plage, via the Rocher de la Vierge, Biarritz will reveal the Ocean in all its splendour. You will also be charmed by its museums, restaurants, ice-cream parlours and upscale boutiques.

Bayonne, cities not rocked by rivers and tradition

Bayonne is located at the confluence of the Adour and Nive rivers. It is rich in gourmet traditions, having been the first chocolate city more than 400 years ago, and in the gastronomic tradition through, among other things, its famous ham. The many restaurants it closes will make you taste a cuisine with Basque, French and Spanish accents. You can unlock the secrets of this city fortified by Vauban through guided tours, and discover its fascinating architecture and half-timbered houses.

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ESPELETTE and its peppers

Further inland, 20 minutes from the coast, Espelette, renowned for its PDO pepper, awaits you at the foot of the mountains. This small and colourful village will make you discover its authentic traditions thanks to its many cultural activities (dances, concerts, Basque strength, markets…)

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SAINT-JEAN-PIED-DE-PORT less than an hour from the campsite

This medieval city, nestled at the crossroads of the three roads that serve the entire Basque Country, invites you to discover its rich historical and architectural heritage. Its wall, its four gates (including the St. James Gate, the historic entrance of pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela, which is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site), as well as the citadel that dominates the city more than 70 metres away, are just a few traces. Come and discover its Monday market, which brings together producers from the Aldudes Valley and the whole Basque Country, its gastronomic fairs, and in mid-August, its patron saint’s festivals.

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