Saint jean de luz is a town of tourism and leisure in the Basque Country located in the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques


 The Basque Country, like all of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, is as famous for the beauty of its towns and villages, such as St Jean de Luz, as it is for being a land of gastronomy and local products often well recognized. across borders. And in fact saint jean de luz as well as biarritz are a little coastal showcase of inland basque activities, the entrance to travel and tourism in the basque country. The city mainly nowadays turned towards tourism and leisure develops its cultural activities and festivals, while knowing how to cultivate the traditional character of its oldest festivals. Here, in St Jean de Luz, at least as much as elsewhere among the Basques, we remain attached to the history of the country, to its nature as much as to its particularity. St jean de luz corsair city of the Basque Country is certainly one of the best known of all the towns or villages of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques. Formerly renowned for the boldness of its sailors and shipowners, the town of Saint Jean de Luz evokes today the sweetness of life, travel and tourism of stays on its bay of rare beauty. he whole of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques is as famous for the beauty of its towns and villages, like St Jean de Luz, as it is for being a land of gastronomy and local products often recognized well beyond the borders. And in fact saint jean de luz as well as biarritz are a little coastal showcase of inland basque activities, the entrance to travel and tourism in the basque country. The city mainly nowadays turned towards tourism and leisure develops its cultural activities and festivals, while knowing how to cultivate the traditional character of its oldest festivals. Here, in St Jean de Luz, at least as much as elsewhere among the Basques, we remain attached to the history of the country, to its nature as much as to its particularity. The mountain of the Pyrenees is just a stone's throw away, moreover its summits almost dominate the bay. Because they touch, or almost, sea and mountain here form the name of the department: Pyrénées-Atlantiques. The hinterland of the Basque Country is thus very close for the trip. With its preserved culture, its local products, its leisure activities, its gastronomy and its original crafts. Throughout its unique landscapes we discover its caves, its hikes, everything that makes the charm of a country ultimately without falsehood but joyful, whose festive and welcoming nature remains fiercely attached to its traditions

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