Once the defensive barrier that kept the city safe from attack, Bayonne's 17th-century fortifications are now covered in grass and...
Rue des Faures
This pretty street was once home to the city's bayonet-making blacksmiths, but it's now reinvented itself as the artisan quarter. It's a...
The twin towers of Bayonne's Gothic cathedral soar above the city. Construction began in the 13th century, and was completed in 1451;...
To sip no fewer than 380 different teas (reputedly the most in France), take a seat amid the metal canisters of this cafe, established...
Tartes salées (savoury tarts and quiches) and lunchtime salads are the order of the day at Julie's place, which is usually crammed at...
Basque Music information
Every Thursday in July and August, there’s traditional Basque music in place Charles de Gaulle.