Bayonne's 17th-century fortifications are now covered with grass, dotted with trees and enveloped in pretty parks. You can walk the...
To sip no fewer than 380 different teas (reputedly the most in France), take a seat amid the metal canisters of this café, established...
Crêpes prepared in the proper Breton fashion are the hallmark of this cute little crêperie well away from the tourist hordes. Breton it...
Lonely Planet review
The twin towers of Bayonne's Gothic cathedral soar above the city. Construction began in the 13th century, and was completed in 1451; the mismatched materials in some ways resemble Lego blocks. Above the north aisle are three lovely stained-glass windows; the oldest, in the Chapelle Saint Jérôme, dates from 1531. The entrance to the stately 13th-century cloister is on place Louis Pasteur.