Musée Basque et de l'Histoire de Bayonne
If you're still getting to grips with the complex culture and history of the Basque region, this excellent ethnographic museum makes a...
The twin towers of Bayonne's Gothic cathedral soar above the city. Construction began in the 13th century, and was completed in 1451;...
As French as a string of onions, this is the classic pavement cafe: tables strewn out over the cobbles, waiters rushed off their feet,...
Watch your elbows, there's barely enough room to avoid knocking over your neighbour's pichet of wine at this quayside restaurant, but...
19 rue Port Neuf · interesting places nearby
The window displays at this renowned chocolate shop are practically an art-form. Inside there are 12 grades of plaquettes (chocolate bars) to try, each with a colour-coded wrapper, plus bonbons chocolats (individual chocolates) which you can buy individually or as a selection box. There's also a lovely old-fashioned tearoom, locally famous for its chocolat mousseaux (frothy hot chocolate).