Near the Spanish border on the Nivelle River lies this beach community with tuna
and sardine fishing economies.
With the Pyrenees as a back frame, this idyllic little commune is a
convenient launching spot to the Basque region containing both French and
Saint Jean de Luz fascinates its visitors with charm as exemplified by its homey red and
white residences set on narrow streets.
Saint Jean de Luz attractions
Church of St. John the Baptist
Rue Gambetta-a pedestrian-only zone referred to natives as the "Champs
Elysees of the Basque coast."
Jai alai arena
Neighboring Biarritz-upscale beach resort
favored by affluent Parisians since the 19th century
Saint Jean de Luz town square featuring musical performances regularly