Needless to say, it would take a lifetime to discover all the hidden treasures of the French Basque Country. For a total immersion during your stay in our campsite in Bidart, go explore the charming villages and their terroir: Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port and its magnificent historic center and its citadel built on the heights, Mauléon the capital of the espadrille, Espelette whose peppers are world famous, Itxassou and its delicious black cherry jam …

holiday in the Basque country

Along the coastline by car, take the time to stop in the coastal villages, especially in Saint-Jean-de-Luz and Ciboure. You will discover traditional Basque houses, well-preserved monuments and wild ocean beaches breathtaking.

what to visit in the Basque country

Finish your stay on a festive note by visiting Bayonne. The city has a beautiful heritage, including a cathedral and a cloister. If you make your Bayonne getaway in April, do not miss the Ham Fair. The Bayonne Festival, which takes place in summer, is another great opportunity to immerse yourself in Basque culture.

Biarritz, unmissable, has beautiful beaches surrounded by cliffs ideal for surfing, as well as several monuments and remarkable buildings. In this city of bourgeois style, you can combine seaside tourism, water sports and cultural tourism in one day.

stay in the Basque country

The Basque Country is also home to several interesting caves such as the Grotto of La Verna (the largest cave in Europe) and the caves of Sare, one of the most beautiful villages in France.

Basque coast tourism

Cities to visit in the Basque Country