Located in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, Basque Province is a beautiful place, but also surprisingly quite diverse in its landscape. Characterised by its beautiful greenery and populated by lots of white houses that have red bricks, the Basque Province stretches between the mountains and the sea. Its superb landscapes are riddled with large rivers, making it a popular place for those who love white water sport rafting.
Between the sea and the mountains, bathed by an assertive and emblematic local culture, the Basque Province is a land of character and contrasts. It is a land to be discovered and where to live beautiful holidays under the sun.
From the wild coastline of the Basque coast to the mountains of the western Pyrenees, the Basque Country combines the presence of water and land - often snow-covered - at the top of the highest peaks. Leaving from a charming hotel in the Basque province, you can pass from the wild rolls of the Biarritz coast to the ski slopes of Artouste, Gourette and La Pierre Saint-Martin in just an hour and a half.
Lodged in a luxury hotel in the Basque province, everyone will be able to take off on the slopes in winter, whether you are skiing, snowboarding or to hike in the mountains in summer. For this reason, the National Park of the Pyrenees, in the heart of the valleys of Aspe or Barétous invites you winter as well as summer to make incredible walks in large preserved landscapes, where nature and calm are kings. On the way back, don't miss a good meal in a restaurant in the Basque Country where you will be able to taste local specialities, such as charcuterie and traditional soups from the Basque province and Béarn.
Between the two, there are magnificent cities such as Bayonne or Pau, ancient and medieval towns with strong contrasts of colours between the red Basque flags and houses, and the green and blue landscapes.
A luxury hotel in the Basque Country is within reach of lovers of exceptional cities. Biarritz, a tourist city par excellence, has made the prestige of its bay, earned by rollers that make the terror of surfers, its trademark. Saint-Jean-de-Luz, not far from the coast, with its typical Basque half-timbered houses and large beaches, will allow you to enjoy a calm ocean for a family trip in a charming hotel in the Basque Country.
Bayonne will seduce you with its fortresses and medieval alleys, its typical Basque traditions, its painters and its church. It is, as on the rest of the coast, a lively atmosphere to the rhythm of traditional festivities that awaits you for a whole part of the year. Here too, find your charming hotel in the Basque Province, nestled in quiet alleys or in the heart of downtown.
Pau and Béarn, on the other hand, will seduce you by their beautiful assets in terms of history - Pau is the city of the mythical and controversial King Henry IV - as well as by their green and charming nature. And tasting a "poule au pot", in Pau, at the table of a restaurant in the Basque Country, is still an essential part of your trip.