Saint-Jean-de-Luz

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    • Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste

      Eglise Saint-Jean-Baptiste

      Discover this important monument in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, where Louis XIV married Maria Theresa of Austria in 1660. Dedicated to the city's patron, Saint John the Baptist, the present church is located on the ruins of an early church and features a statue of St. John the Baptist on the main gate. Inside, visitors can view the apse and the beautiful side chapels.
      The staircase and balustrade allow access to galleries, making it possible to admire the church from upstairs and appreciate an overview of the building.

    • Maison Louis XIV

      Maison Louis XIV

      On your visit to this house, which hosted the young King Louis XIV at the signing of a treaty, you will step back in time and learn about the history of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Admire the beautiful interior of this house which belonged to a shipping magnate. The house contains a fine collection of furniture, paintings and period costumes, accumulated by the successive generations who have lived here.

      Discover this magnificent house of the Basque Country with its two towers which were used to monitor the arrival and departure of ships.

    • Port de Saint-Jean-de-Luz

      Port de Saint-Jean-de-Luz

      Overlooking theocean, Saint-Jean-de-Luz was, in the middle of the 20th century, the leading tuna and sardine fishing port in France.

      The activity of the port seems to be inscribed in the origins and the history of the city. The produce of this fishing activity, as well as the catches made by pirates, ensured the survival of the inhabitants for a long time.

    • Sentier du littoral

      Sentier du littoral

      The first part of the coastal footpath offers a great diversity of environments, alternating between beaches, cirques, paths and small routes. Arriving at the tip of Sainte-Barbe where you overlook the bay of Saint-Jean-de-Luz is exceptional. A tip: Make this trip last roughly 3 hours 30, preferably at low tide. These views stretch over the former corsair cities, along the Basque coast.

    • Château d'Abbadia

      Château d'Abbadia

      Antoine d'Abbadie was a very important patron of Basque culture who throughout his life defended the language and culture. He also sought to share his knowledge with others, and was notable for making the first map of Ethiopia. At his home an observatory dedicated to astronomy was built. It currently houses the Academy of Sciences, which invites visitors to discover the observatory and the surrounding area in the best conditions.

      So give it a try and discover this major cultural site on the Basque coast with its three main areas to visit: a library, a chapel and the famous observatory.

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