An exceptional setting for your stay in Saint-Jean-de-Luz
A blend of ancient and modern, Saint-Jean-de-Luz is a very popular seaside resort on the Basque Coast. While the seaside resort is very recent, the port of Saint-Jean-de-Luz dates back much further and therefore has a much richer and longer history. Life in Saint-Jean-de-Luz and Ciboure revolved around fishing and fish processing. The port, located between these two towns, enabled them to develop and survive. Today, it still plays a central role in the life of the town, and its fish auction is a must-see for anyone with an interest.
Saint-Jean-de-Luz is also a gateway to Spain, as it is the southernmost Belha Collection destination. It's just a 20-minute drive from the Spanish border. The perfect opportunity to discover the Iberian side of the Basque Country.
Our establishments in Saint-Jean-de-Luz
Ibis Ciboure ***
Ibis Budget Ciboure **
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Between history and farniente
Saint-Jean-de-Luz is full of treasures to discover. From the magnificent beaches of Erromardie and Lafitenia to its historic town centre, Saint-Jean-de-Luz has as much to offer lovers of idleness as those interested in culture. The beautiful beaches typical of the Basque Coast and their relaxed atmosphere are the ideal place to unwind and spend a quiet moment watching the sunset. The historic town centre boasts typical Basque houses and pleasant, picturesque walks to discover the town's history and heritage. Place Louis XIV is home to the Maison Louis XIV and the town hall, two of the town's must-sees. It is the focal point of the town.
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