Mobile home rental near Socoa
Socoa is a district that shares the towns of Ciboure and Urrugne, two unmissable destinations on the Basque country‘s coastal path. Sheltered from the whims of the ocean, this is one of the closest tourist spots to the Camping Ametza in Hendaye.
Holidaymakers are quick to take advantage of the fine sandy beaches and discover the emblematic Socoa fort. These campers also take their adventure to other nearby destinations such as Saint-Jean-de-Luz or Guéthary to the north, or Hendaye to the south.
In the non-air-conditioned range, you’ll find several mobile homes with one or two bedrooms and sleeping capacities ranging from two to six people. Among the mobile homes available for rent, the Rivera 2 is a good example. With its two bedrooms, this vacation home can accommodate four people. Ideally located in a quiet neighborhood, it is surrounded by greenery. Campers have access to a fully-equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower, washbasin and separate toilet. Various outdoor facilities are also available, including a terrace and garden furniture.
The air-conditioned range also includes several models of comfortable mobile homes. For example, holidaymakers can book a mobile home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms (and as many separate toilets).
The residence is perfect for families or groups of friends, and can accommodate up to six people. Residents also enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, complete with crockery, four-burner hob, microwave oven, fridge-freezer, etc. There’s also a semi-covered terrace, picnic table, garden chairs, deckchair and barbecue.
15 minutes from Socoa
A 4-star stay at a campsite near Socoa
Camping Ametza offers holidaymakers a peaceful holiday close to nature. In particular, guests have easy access to the long white sandy beach, just 900 metres from the estate. They can also enjoy the fine sandy beaches for which Socoa is renowned. Wherever they go, they can choose from a wide range of water-based activities, including swimming, stand-up paddling and boat trips.
Even more interesting, Socoa is one of the must-see stops on the emblematic coastal path linking Ciboure to Hendaye. This dozen-kilometre walk offers breathtaking panoramas.
While holidaymakers are won over by Ametza’s privileged location, the quality of its infrastructure is also a priority. There’s a water park with heated pools, a solarium and a paddling pool for children. In terms of accommodation, the campsite offers several mobile homes for two to six people, as well as chalets and unusual rentals.
Campsite near Socoa with swimming pool
The Basque Country campsite Ametza with swimming pool offers holidaymakers a 200 m2 pool area surrounded by shrubs and flowers.
Open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., the park is a delight for adults and children alike, with a range of fun activities (waterpolo, waterball…) and excellent facilities.
These include heated swimming pools and a solarium, ensuring that campers can relax and unwind. There’s also a paddling pool where children can have fun in complete safety.
Cheap camping near Socoa
Are you planning your vacation in Ciboure and looking for a cheap campsite near Socoa? By booking a low-cost rental at Camping Ametza, you can devote more of your vacation budget to outings and leisure activities on the Basque coast. The campsite’s two ranges of mobile homes, with and without air-conditioning, include models with two or three bedrooms and up to two bathrooms, to suit both couples and large families.
The perfect destination if you’re looking for a cheap campsite in the 64 near Socoa, l’Ametza also offers classic chalets and eco-friendly, low-cost unusual rentals. Another low-cost option for camping with a swimming pool is to stay in a tent, caravan or camper van on a pitch! Don’t miss out on our offers, which can save you up to 20% more on your traditional accommodation or pitch rental package.
Campsite near Socoa
by the sea
An ideal destination for a seaside camping holiday in the Basque Country, the Ametza campsite is just a stone’s throw from a sandy beach, allowing holidaymakers to enjoy a wide range of water sports.
Families and couples also take advantage of their stay to explore the coastal path, an escapade that takes them to nearby destinations such as Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Guéthary and Hendaye.
If you’re heading south, you may be tempted to cross the Spanish border toIrun or San Sebastian.
What to do in Socoa
We have selected five must-see places in and around Socoa:
Located in Ciboure, the Fort de Socoa was built in the time of King Henri IV, who wanted to make it an impregnable line of defense against Spanish troops. The project failed largely due to differences between the various localities. The building did not see the light of day until the reign of Louis XIII. Yet the fortress was far from infallible. It was conquered in 1636 by the Spanish, who named it Fort de Castille.
- Socoa lighthouse: Also in Ciboure, this lighthouse house overlooks the cliffs of the Urrugne corniche on one side, and the Socoa fort and Saint-Jean-de-Luz bay on the other. The building’s origins date back to the mid-19th century. It was built at the request of the Ciboure fishermen, who needed a lighthouse close to the Socoa fort.
- Eglise Saint-Vincent: Located a stone’s throw from Ciboure harbour, the church of Saint-Vincent is the heart of the historic town center. Essentially completed around 1575, the church is recognizable not only for its octagonal bell tower, but also for its rectangular shape and magnificent square paved with tombstones.
In 1610, accusations of witchcraft were poisoning relations between Ciboure and Saint-Jean-de-Luz. To calm the situation, the authorities decided to establish a convent between the two cities, under the aegis of the Récollets.
- Ciboure lighthouse: Located on Ciboure’s coastal path, the lighthouse was built in 1936 by André Pavlovsky, a French architect who played a major role in the development of Luzian architecture at the time.