The essential of Basque Country

List of sites to visit

Bishops’ Prison


Now a museum, this former 18th century prison opens the doors on former cells and a vast medieval vaulted hall. Take the time to visit the permanent exhibition relating to the pilgrimage of Saint Jacques de Compostelle.

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€3.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!

Lighthouse Of Biarritz


Located on a rocky cliffat Pointe Saint-Martin, the Biarritz lighthouse offers an outstanding view over Biarritz and the surrounding coastline, from atop its 73 metres and 248 steps.

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€3.00 (child €2.00) Free with the Pass!

Saraleguinea Museum


A museum housed in a superb neo-Basque villa from the 1950s. The exhibits include collections of sculptures by G.C. de Swiecinski, contemporary art exhibitions, as well as a room dedicated to the Roman remains found in the local area.

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€2.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!

Basque Pelote and Xistera Pilotari Museum


Anywhere there are Basques, there is also pelota! The origins of xistera, and the secrets behind the making of a pelota will be revealed to you in this museum which is dedicated to the main sport of the Basque Country.

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€5.00 (child €2.50) Free with the Pass!

Paul Jovet Coastal Botanic Gardens


Overlooking the sea, the Paul Jovet Botanical Gardens invite you to discover the plants found along the Basque coastline as well as more exotic species that are suited to the local climate.

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€4.00 (child €2.00) Free with the Pass!

Local Heritage Centre


The Heritage Museum offers, by way of a panoramic screen, visitors the opportunity to travel through time and to learn about the history of the medieval fortified village of Ainhoaand the secret nooks and crannies of the “Xareta”border lands.

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€0.00 (child €0.00) Free with the Pass!