Anglet a privileged location ... Between sea and forest, the resort is a destination of Anglet relaxed, sporty, toned all year. With its renowned beaches, including the beach of the House of Love, Anglet can accommodate lovers of the sea, big waves and pleasures of the sun.
This very common spread between Bayonne and Biarritz on the one hand, the sea, forest and back the Basque country on the other, is an internationally recognized wealth vacations.
Anglet is the birthplace of surfing spots in Europe with world-renowned. His golf attracts fans who thus have two routes deemed safe.
And for the walk or bike, it's beautiful Chiberta forest, made of pine, offers a shaded area close to the beaches of Anglet.
Let's not forget its airport, its thalassotherapy, the motorway to Spain (30 km from the border approximately), the typical villages of the Pays Basque, the nearby coast of the Landes, its hinterland and of course all the Great Pyrenees close.
Bayonne: Discover the botanical garden, the Musée Bonnat and Basque museum. Stroll on the side of Old Bayonne docks and admire the Nive and timbered houses. Visit the ancient walled city, built by Vauban ramparts and the Cathedral of St. Mary. Enjoy the Bayonne ham at the market and the famous Bayonne chocolate products. The first week of August, enjoy the traditional festivals of Bayonne parade of bands, balls and concerts, bullfights, fireworks will delight young and old.
Biarritz: Visit this famous seaside resort on the Basque coast, a fishing port and the famous "Rock of the Virgin." Remember the Sea Museum, featuring more than 150 species live in the Bay of Biscay, particularly sharks and seals. Feel free to stroll in the morning, on the side of the hall and its market local products. In the evening explore the surroundings of the Great Range, dominated by the Casino. The natural heritage of the city is particularly highlighted by strategically placed lighting.
To Spain from Anglet, Saint-Jean-de-Luz: A short walk along the cliffs of Santa Barbara, you will discover the panorama of the Bay of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. At center, the Casino de la Pergola: Opened in 1928, masterpiece art-deco architect's Mallet Stevens. On the other side of the Casino, you have to walk the neighborhood of the old city, including the Rue Gambetta, old "High Street", became the focus of a lively pedestrian area and still very commercial. The Church of St. John the Baptist is in the middle of the Rue Gambetta. At the opening of the old city: the fishing port. Between the 14th and squares Louis Corsairs, Town Hall, built in the early 17th century. Besides, the house of Louis XIV, with its corbelled turrets.
After the border: San Sebastian (Spain): In Basque Donostia, San Sebastian in Spain. For small, take them to Monte Igueldo, or at the beach of La Concha.