• Welcome to 6 centuries of history.

    Urtubie Castle
  • “He who enters here is at home”

    Visitors know they are welcome in this Musée de France that, in addition to an exceptionally rich ethnographic collection dedicated to the Basque Country, offers temporary exhibitions, tailored visits to suit your schedule, workshops, events and activities, a shop, and more besides.

    The Basque and History of Bayonne Museum
  • The Museum of Guéthary was created in the fifties in the villa Saraleguinea to welcome the donation of the sculptor George Clement Swiecinski (sculptures, ceramics, drawings)

    Museum of Guétary
  • The prehistoric caves of Sare, "Lezea", have not changed in 2 million years! Once you pass the porch entrance, among the biggest of Aquitaine, you are immediately immersed in huge rooms of breathtaking dimensions, a privileged place where you can take some time…and forget time!

    The Prehistoric Caves of Sare
  • Church of the Hospital Saint-Blaise
  • Welcome to 6 centuries of history.

    Urtubie Castle
  • In the middle of the moor, overhanging the sheer clives on a promontory overlooking the water of Hendaye, the Château Observatory of Abbadia is listed Historical Monument. With his Gothic revival architecture, this enchanting dwelling is inspired by many travels of the learned person who leaved here.

    Chateau Observatory of Abbadia
  • Each building of Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port reminds the visitor of past times. From the Citadel, Ramparts, “Maison des Etats de Navarre”, gothic Church to the House of Mansart – all old age time stones. Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port is an ancient gothic town. The Bishops’ Prison is lesser legal protection than listed building status.

    The Bishops’ Prison
  • Welcome to the Espace Chemins-Bideak in Saint-Palais, Basque Country. Exhibitions, cloister, garden, dive into the History of Lower Navarre.

    Espace Chemins-Bideak
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS AND MUSEUMS
The Prehistoric Caves of Sare

Puits, gours, rivière souterraine, les Grottes de Sare déroulent 900 mètres de galeries qui n'ont pas changé depuis 2 millions d'années ! Les hommes préhistoriques y auraient séjourné voici 30 000 ans, mais aussi l'ours des cavernes et des quelques êtres plus discrets, encore présents...

Isturitz and Oxocelhaya Caves

80 000 ans d'histoire de l'humanité, des gravures encore mystérieuses, des concrétions majestueuses... Les grottes d'Isturitz et Oxocelhaya ouvrent au visiteur le ravissement de deux salles superposées alternant chefs d'oeuvres de la nature et oeuvres d'art rupestres.

Isturitz and Oxocelhaya Caves
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Urtubie Castle The Villa Arnaga
The Basque and History of Bayonne Museum Chateau Observatory of Abbadia Isturitz and Oxocelhaya Caves
The Bishops’ Prison
Church of the Hospital Saint-Blaise
The Prehistoric Caves of Sare
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