Visit the tourist sites in the Basque Country
What is the Euskal Pass?
The Euskal Pass aims to provide the Basque Country with a veritable "Basque County City Pass", a tourist pass that encourages visitors to explore and discover the whole region with its all its major nature, culture and heritage sites.
Two products, with prices for adults and children:
• the "weekend" Euskla Pass valid for 48 consecutive hours from the time of the first visit.
• the "stay" Euskal Pass valid for 3 consecutive or non-consecutive days, to be used in a period of 14 days following the first visit.
What can you visit with the Euskal Pass?
Cité de l’Océan, Grottes de Sare, Grottes de la Verna, Villa Arnaga, Château d'Urtubie, Château de Bidache, Château de Mauléon, the Musée Basque… nearly 40 nature and heritage sites and some twenty guided tours with commentaries, spread out all over the Basque Country. The Euskal Pass is also a Citypass for Bayonne, a Citypass for Biarritz, and a Citypass for Saint Jean de Luz.
How to use the Euskal Pass?
The Euskal Pass was developed by the Basque Country Tourism Office and is activated as soon as it is used in one of the sites covered by the Pass. Just present it at the entrance to the sites indicated and enter free of charge (one entrance per site).