Discover the best top things to do in Basque Country, France including Centre de Tourisme Equestre Larrun Alde, Corniche Basque, La Cote des Basques, Grotte de La Verna, Plage d'Hendaye, Parc Animalier Etxola, Sentier du Littoral, Digue du Port de Socoa, Port Vieux Beach, Plage des Cavaliers.
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5.0 based on 38 reviews
Andoni welcomes you at Larrun Alde Horse Center in Urrugne, on the Basque Coast. Beginner or certified, you will ride all along the sides of the Rhune mountain and also have a look to the biggest beach of the area in Hendaye. Have a rest by tasting the gastronomical and local food. Your guide will teach you the history of Basque Country.
4.5 based on 1,809 reviews
To measure the full experience, get up early: between 6 and 7 am is the best time ! Depending on the tide...
4.5 based on 270 reviews
4.5 based on 1,619 reviews
Clearly marked swimming areas, water quality, waste management… you will know it all! With water that reaches 23ºC in the height of summer, it is a privileged spot for families who seek plenty of space and safety. It is also a good choice for novice and seasoned surfers in search of sensations. The beach attendants propose facilities such as tent and deckchair hire and beach clubs for children. The beach of Hendaye offers bathing water quality A for several years.
Ideal for surfing, swimming, sun bathing... Beautiful 3 km sandy beach. Good infrastructure. Ideal for family.
4.5 based on 627 reviews
From Bidart to Hendaye via Saint-Jean-de-Luz, the path of the coast is a easy hike allowing the discovery of exceptional panoramas. This path of a little more than 20 kilometers browses the coast of Bidart until Hendaye via Saint-Jean-de-Luz and by following the Basque Corniche of Urrugne.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
The sea wall defence of Socoa is nice place with a little hidden beach. Here when there are not storm you can walk on it and have a unique view on Saint-Jean-de-Luz and the bay. Either you can watch the waves hurt the sea wall defence. You can only go walking on it.
We were there in the afternoon and the waves were hitting the wall... It was spectacular and amazing.
4.5 based on 191 reviews
A small and charming beach close to the town centre. Good sand and well sheltered from large waves. I would certainly go again.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
I truly love all of the beaches in the Anglet area. Our challenge in the past has been the number of tourists; this time was the waves. The surf was rough for several days, and daily surveillance by lifeguards had not yet begun. I advise going when there are lifeguards if any member of your group is entertainingly the idea of going in the water—even if just for a few yards or meters.
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