Our campsites Pyrénées-Atlantiques
A list of campsites in Pyrénées-Atlantiques
The Pyrénées-Atlantiques, it's well known. Its nature that is as sunny as beautiful and wild, between Atlantic Ocean, mountains and its strong, resistant and resilient culture, its fascinating history, between resistance during various wars, alliances and defections with its neighboring country, Spain; its Occitan and Basque languages. And also, its gastronomy, from seafood, foie gras, garbure, béarnaise meat pie, and whitened tourin the famous pastis. Its art, including its famous Pyreneism ... In short, you do not need to be reminded of the merits of the region, you already know them. But where to live, where to rent? And what to rent? If you really like to please yourself and to please your family, you are not Croesus. For a comfortable stay, for you and your family/friends, choose these campsites: luxurious, well located and affordable, they offer you privacy and friendliness, according to your desires, comfort and flexibility, all for a reasonable price. And to guide you, Airotel provides you with the places of your future campsites: The coastal path, The Coast of Basques, and Saint Jean de Luz.
Camping Oyam Bidart - Pyrénées-Atlantiques
The OYAM campsite is the ideal place of residence to discover Bidart, Biarritz and the Basque coast. Bidart beaches are sandy and walks in the mountains will be part ...
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Camping Itsas Mendi Saint-Jean-de-Luz - Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Close to Biarritz and Bayonne, in Saint Jean Luz, in the Basque country...
Located 400 meters from the beach and a short walk from the Pyrenees, Itsas Mendi campsite ...
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Camping Biarritz Camping Biarritz - Pyrénées-Atlantiques
Come and discover the resources of our beautiful region called the Pays Basque starting at Biarritz: a charming and prestigious town that will take you from the campsite to ...
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Your holidays Along the coastal path
On the coastal path, put yourself in the shoes of a pirate, especially crossing the old corsair cities. A grandiose way to appreciate the history of the beautiful Basque country. If you are fond of holidays in total immersion, know that it is possible to discover the coastline on foot, walking for 4 days (at low tide preferably) with Bidart as the starting point and San Sebastian as the arrival point. All you have to do is prepare your bags. The four stages are: Bidart in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Saint-Jean in Hendaye, Hondarribia in Pasaia and finally Pasaia in San Sebastian. During the first stage, you will pass by beaches, trails and coves leading to the tip of Sainte Barbe, located above the bay of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. During the second stage, contemplate the port of Ciboure and the preserved area of ââAbbadia and you can swim or rest on the beach of Hendaye. In Hondarribia, you will have a nice stroll along the ocean, between beaches and cliffs, as well as during the last stage.
Your stay near La Côte des Basques
The Basque Coast is of course the Atlantic, but it is also Biarritz, Saint-Jean de Luz and Bayonne. What legendary names! Biarritz, admired by all, writers, personalities, tourites and artists, is also one of the surf spots. Its waves and its Surf Museum, are all elements that make purists dream of this place. It also welcomes golfers, thanks to its many golf courses. In terms of architecture and culture, it is not far behind: visit the Museum of the Sea, the Lighthouse and browse the streets of dreams, worthy of ancient legendary films, with their hotels, baths, palaces and shops. And cross many celebrities, incognito. And in Bayonne do not forget to taste its famous ham.
Saint Jean de Luz
In Saint-Jean-de-Luz, retrace the history of Louis XIV, the Sun King, who celebrated his wedding with Marie-Thérèse in 1660. You can also learn more about Basque pelota and taste some of culinary specialties, between mouchous, kanougas, and macaroons, not to mention seafood based dishes (tuna luzienne, ttoro, sardines, anchovies ... ) And to complete the picture, relax around an aperitif near its marina and listen to the Basque choirs that sometimes walk in the streets. The good life...