Two days will give you chance to soak up Bayonne's great architectural and cultural heritage. Devote your first day to visiting the city's historic center. Stroll through the old alleys where homes with high facades from the 18th and 19th centuries bear witness to the technical prowess of the city’s craftsmen. Meet at Bayonne’s must-see locations, including the Gothic-style Sainte-Marie Cathedral and the cloister next to it. For your evening, we recommend tasting the countless local specialties that will delight your taste buds. The next day, don't leave the city without a tour of the Atelier du Chocolat, as Bayonne is France's leading chocolate-making city!
In a week spent at our Campanile hotel, you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the delights of the city and the Pays Basque. Explore the city's rich heritage by strolling in Bayonne's historic center. To understand the city's lively history, take a trip to the Musée Basque, the largest ethnographic museum in the Pays Basque. Take a cruise on the Adour for a relaxing break. Bayonne is also a formidable playing field. Try Basque pelota, a sport that evolved from the jeu de paume court game and that will delight you by its originality. Finally, don't leave the region without making a stopover further south in the Pyrénées Atlantiques.
Bayonne is an open and accessible city for all. Children will enjoy the sports and cultural activities available. Horseback riding, mini golf, swimming pool, tennis, bowling and laser games, everything’s there! Also, take them to the skate park where they can practice skateboarding, roller skating and BMX. Just 6 kilometers from the city, you can drive your children to one of the many beaches in the Pays Basque. The city's Natural History Museum will delight young and old alike with its impressive collections of mammals, mollusks, birds and a herbarium in a unique location in France given its location in the heart of a natural setting.