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  • 1 Church of St. John the Baptist Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Rue Gambetta F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    Inside this plain and rather severe church, the raised choir is closed off by a beautiful wrought-iron screen, and a glistening gold reredos dating from the 17C. To the right of the main entrance, note the blocked doorway, the custom after a royal ma..

  • 2 Maison Louis-XIV Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Place Louis-XIV F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    This is a noble dwelling the façade of which is distinguished by its corner turrets and corbelled construction. Inside the old-Basque style is reflected in the straight run staircase. The manager of the Lohbiague ship probably had no idea of what was..

  • 3 St-Jean-de-Luz Harbor Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    quai Maurice-Ravel F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    This is an important fishing port for sardines, tuna and anchovies (whales are sadly a thing of the past here), located at the end of the harbour that indents the Landes coast between Arcachon and Bidassoa. There are some sturdy sea-walls and breakwa..

  • 4 Maison de l'Infante

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    1 rue de l’Infante F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    This amiable Louis XIII epoch building in brick and stone with its Italian galleries which look onto the port was the place where Marie-Thérèse waited for Louis.

  • 5 Rue Mazarin

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    rue Mazarin F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    Protecting the port from the fury of the ocean, in the heart of the Barre district, is a small strip of land on which the shipowners built their houses in the 17C. In 1749 a terrible tidal wave occurred, in which 200 houses were flattened and two-thi..

  • 6 Ecomuseum of Basque Traditions Jean Vier

    Museums and art

    Chemin Chibau F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    This traditional 19C farm, which is also a branch of the household linen brand, Jean-Vier, occupies a 10ha estate. A self-guided tour, including 3D projections, will introduce you to the various aspects of traditional know-how and trades: making Izar..

  • 7 St-Jean-de-Luz Town Centre

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    rue de la République F - 64500 St-Jean-de-Luz

    The town centre has a lot of character with its pedestrian streets (honouring Gambetta and the Republic) and Basque houses. The oldest house in St Jean is at n° 17 Rue de la République. Surprisingly it is built from ashlar stone, unlike its neighbour..

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