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Bayonne is in the heart of the French Basque Country in southwestern France and is nestled in between resort hotspots along the Atlantic coast like Biarritz as well as the Spanish border and the Pyrenees mountains. Due to its location on the famed religious route to Santiago de Compostela, Bayonne has been recognized as a World Heritage Site. The diverse landscape, strong historical and artistic heritage, and excellent gastronomical scene all make Bayonne an easy place to explore. Food and culture lovers as well as families will all find plenty to see and do with a stay at Bayonne hotels. Venere caters to each guest's traveling and budget needs by determining the best location and the best price - and guests will have an insider look into Bayonne with personal hotel feedback given by real past guests.

What's Bayonne Like?

Both the Nive and Adour rivers cut through Bayonne, dividing it into the Grand Bayonne quarter, the smaller and more Basque-influenced Petit Bayonne, and the northern district of St-Esprit. Grand Bayonne is the oldest and most scenic quarter with the cathedral and cloisters as well as many shops. Rows of colorful old houses as well as the bridges along the Nive create the perfect backdrop for a stroll. Bayonne fiercely upholds its historic and artistic traditions. It has a great art collection at the Musée Bonnat, summertime fun with the famous Fêtes de Bayonne, and a long delicious tradition of both chocolate making and ham curing. Beyond the beautiful Gothic architecture and the heavenly scent of chocolate, Bayonne's pastoral landscape can be enjoyed with the town's free-to-use bicycles. Bayonne hotels puts the area's many cultural, food and historical attractions all within easy reach.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bayonne

Bayonne is an active town, especially in the summer months, with plenty of local things to always take part in. Both Basque and French are mainly spoken here, so it is highly recommended to learn at least some French when visiting. Locals enjoy delighting in their appetites! There are many famous chocolate makers in the area and cured ham specialties are in abundance throughout the town. The cuisine here is a mix of both French and Spanish traditions and includes minced veal, salt cod omelette, hake, and unique local specials like a bright yellow-green liqueur called Izarra. Bayonne hotels are a perfect way to take in all of Bayonne's local delights in stride. Venere makes sure guests choose wisely for their visit by giving them trusted real guest feedback and the best in hotel savings.