Férias de Bayonne


Bayonne seaside campsite

Located around 30 minutes from the 4-star Village Eskualduna campsite, Bayonne is a must for your vacation in the Basque Country. Set off for the day, and discover a “City of Art and History”, from Sainte-Marie Cathedral (a UNESCO World Heritage site) to the ramparts, via the Basque Museum or the chocolate workshop (yes, Bayonne isn’t just about ham, it’s also about chocolate!).

What to see and do in Bayonne

For history buffs, the Musée Basque et de l’Histoire de Bayonne will hold your attention: collections of objects, ancient manuscripts, original texts representing the richness and quality of a precious and original heritage, diverse and varied exhibitions…

For young and old alike, don’t miss a visit (and tasting session) at the Atelier du Chocolat. For the record, it was Portuguese Jews who landed in Bayonne with their suitcases full of cocoa beans, driven out by the Inquisition in the early years of the 17th century.

This gourmet stage will give you the opportunity to taste the finest chocolates, in a variety of flavours and textures, and to leave with your own bar or box, rich in a treasure trove of tastes.

Camping fêtes de Bayonne: the intense Basque Country

Looking for a campsite for the Bayonne festivities? The 4-star Camping village Eskualduna in Hendaye offers one of the best services on the Basque coast, just 40 minutes from the festivities.

Bayonne invites you to stroll through its colourful cobbled streets. Overlooked by majestic cathedrals, you can find treasures in its many boutiques. You can enjoy fresh fish on the terraces of the restaurants along the Nive and Adour rivers, and party all day long during the city’s annual festivals, the famous Fêtes de Bayonne! Dressed all in red and white, the city was swept up in a total euphoria, with nearly a million revellers spending five days (and nights) singing and dancing in the city’s various districts.

Bayonne, its ham and bullfights

And if you’re more salty than sacred, we recommend a trip to the Bayonne ham workshop and drying facility. As the town’s historic store, they’ll be offering you their fine charcuterie specialities: hams, sausages, dry sausages, traditional smoked ventrèches, black puddings…

If you’re into bullfighting, Bayonne is also France’s oldest bullfighting town, so don’t hesitate to pay a visit to the Arènes de Bayonne. Every summer, 3 férias are held, on foot or on horseback, in front of a large audience.

Camping vacations near Bayonne on the Basque Coast

Our campsite is located on the Hendaye beach (with free shuttle bus in season) in the heart of the Basque Country . For your stay in Bayonne, you’ll find all the facilities you need for your comfort, including a grocery store, restaurant, two swimming pool and Wi-Fi internet access.

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