With beautiful views over the Nive and Adour rivers, and UNESCO–listed architecture dating back centuries, Bayonne ranks among the Basque Country’s must-see destinations—but exploring independently means missing the city’s hidden secrets. On this small-group walking tour, limited to 10 people, follow medieval streets to ancient defensive walls, and hear the back stories behind top attractions including the Castillo Viejo, 13th-century Bayonne Cathedral, and the Petit Bayonne quarter.
What makes Bayonne unique are the cobbled streets, the narrow streets, the very beautiful old town with its Basque half-timbered houses, the charming shops, the spectacular facades along the waterfront of the Nive. Bayonne invites you to stroll, eat and drink in the shade of trees and let the city take over.Let yourself be seduced by the capital of chocolate. I am happy to show you this Basque metropolis, embedded in 2 rivers, with a 2,000-year history and a unique, intact old town.