Hendaye, it is here, in the Basque Country, at the gates of Spain, between the Atlantic and the Pyrenees, a paradise for lovers of water sports (kayaking, surfing, sailing, paddle…), and hiking, golf, cycling and rugby.
Hendaye is famous for its beach of fine sand 3km long with its mythical rocks, the 2 twins. The facades of the houses located on the waterfront and in many districts, are for the most part classified (the Red House). They were the work of the famous Hendaye architect Edmond Durandeau at the beginning of the century. The Sokoburu esplanade, in the neo-Basque style, houses Serge Blanco’s Thalassotherapy centre, the Casino, its restaurants, tapas bars, its market and its flea market. The Marie-Louise, a river shuttle, takes you from the marina to Fontarrabie, a picturesque Spanish village.