If you ever plan to visit the region of France known under the name of Aquitaine, make sure you read the following pieces of information and take full advantage of the following lines. Only in this way will you be able to enjoy your time as a visitor.

First of all, Saint-Jean-de-Luz is a village in southwestern France, on the right bank of the river Nivelle. It is located in Pyrénées-Atlantiques department, the Bay of Biscay on the Atlantic coast. Near this village there are numerous curiosities, like Biarritz at about 13 km, San Sebastian at 27 km, Pamplona about 64 km, about 29 kilometers away there is the Wind Comb, La Concha about 28 km, Golf de Biarritz Le Phare about 15 km and Cave Zugarramurdi, situated at a distance of 16 km.

Bordeaux, The separate bell tower and Saint Michel Basilica

Biarritz is a town in southwestern France, which is renowned for being attractive for surfing enthusiasts and celebrities. It is located in Pyrénées-Atlantiques department, the Bay of Biscay on the Atlantic coast. Currently residing in the city there are about 30,000 inhabitants.

The city includes a luxury seaside town, which is very popular for tourists, especially for surfers. It offers beautiful beaches for sand as well. The local Coast is also typical and composed of high rock cliffs. Biarritz is popular because of mixed Spanish and French lifestyle. Basque Town retains its tradition and culture. Since 1993, the Biarritz Surf Festival has been held here, which is one of the most important sailing events in the entire continent.

Finally, Bordeaux is another important city for the entire country, being situated on the banks of the river known as Garrone. It includes numerous tourist sites, which will always make the visits to this location totally worthwhile.

If you have the chance to travel here, you should visit the local wineries in order to taste their products and assist at harvesting grapes in October. Do not overlook the city of Bordeaux itself, mainly because of the fact that it is one of the most stylish cities in the country, featuring an amazing cosmopolitan air, as well as numerous examples of the architectural style specific to the eighteenth century on the entire territory of France. The city is also the host for one of the most impressive art museums in the area. Bordeaux can also be regarded as the ideal starting point for numerous trips organized during one of the days of your stay, to locations like Mondorf les Bains or Arcachon, for example.