Biarritz, Anglet, Bayonne
In Biarritz, you can spend your day strolling along the beaches and past renowned surf spots. In the evening, dine in the tapas bars, try your luck at the casino or go dancing in the nightclubs.
In Anglet, take to the sea on a paddleboard or in a kayak, recharge in a spa and go for a walk in the Izadia Ecological Park.
Finally, in Bayonne, classified as a ‘City of Art and History’, follow the Route of Santiago de Compostela as you visit the cathedral, the ramparts and the old castle. Don’t forget to take a break and enjoy a meal in one of the many restaurants and bodegas in the old quarter.
Treasures of the region
Exploring a little further inland, the region is scattered with caves like the one at Oxocelhaya, which is a masterpiece of nature, and at Isturitz which was a gathering place in prehistoric times. Slightly further still, explore the Sare cave, a prehistoric settlement with its origin in Basque mythology.
Make a stop at Saint Pée sur Nivelle for a breath of fresh air in this exceptional region that boasts a lake and preserved natural beauty. Take the opportunity to discover the legendary Basque sports of xistera and pelota ball in a site that retraces Basque history.
This city in northern Spain on the border with France is bursting with unrivalled possibilities for visitors. Voted Europe’s Cultural Capital, you can discover museums, galleries, cinemas, theatres and more, all within the magnificent setting of the Bay of la Concha, a summer attraction with its sweeping beaches.
Whether you enjoy sports, nature or architecture, this city is perfect for you. Run the marathon, explore the mountains or visit buildings from the Belle Époque. You won’t be disappointed!
Navarre and Pamplona
Immerse yourself in greenery in the Navarre, the perfect place for rural getaways with its forests, desert, gorges, caves and springs. An ecological crossroads and a migratory paradise.
Prefer the city? Ask to be taken to Pamplona, where you can explore the Citadel and the Vuelta del Castillo. The green belt that surrounds the city also offers a natural haven around the heart of the city. It comprises 280,000 square meters of trees and fields that intertwine around the fort, erected between 1571 and 1645. The Arga River Park, the Route of Santiago de Compostela and the city’s cathedrals and churches are also all worth a visit.
Bilbao and the Guggenheim Museum
Bilbao is a magnificent city, famous worldwide for its Guggenheim museum, which is located in an innovative building designed by architect Frank Gehry and exhibits works of modern and contemporary art.
Enhance your experience with a Chabé’s chauffeur and sit back as we take you to the first transporter bridge built in metal, and now classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. Discover the coast and its beautiful landscapes, from Getxo to the fishing villages of Sopelana and Plentzia, also renowned for the area’s best surfing beaches.