For an UNFORGETTABLE stay on the BASQUE coast, enjoy a night aboard a beautiful sailboat of 14 m. moored at the pontoon, or else most unusual at anchor in the magical setting of the Bay of Txingudi, international zone.
3 Bed and Breakfast
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, sea/ocean, mountain, harbour
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Characteristic, Ocean
- Sandy beach at 330'
- Thalasso, Festival, Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : South
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UNUSUAL Basque Coast: Night BOAT & BREAKFAST, capacity 6 people in 3 cabins. Even if you are only 2 people in reserve, the ship is systematically PRIVATIZED. The comfort is available to the smallest detail, quality service including bedding, towels and breakfast. Ideal for a short stay, anniversary, honeymoon. We also propose to reserve a week's stay, up to 4/5 persons (6 people with children) in 3 cabins. You have all equipment of the vessel, spacious square, USB DVD TV, Hi-fi, Wi-fi (depending on the tide). Equipped kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 2 WC, desk, living room deck with stunning views of the Bay and the surrounding mountains. We also supply sheets, duvets and linens to allow you to spend a holiday without constraints. To relax with family or friends.
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Ideally located as a natural border between the France and the Spain, the Txingudi Bay is protected from the sea by the estuary of the Bidassoa. All summer and outdoor activities are close to the boat, and for outings we are midway between Biarritz and San-Sebastian, each about 20 km distant.
Location AccessBoat Hendaye
To come to the boat, exit A 64 St-Jean-de-Luz South, take Hendaye by the Corniche 10 km, walk along the beach of Hendaye to ¾ (2.5 km) and then turn left towards La Floride > Esplanade Bidasoa (300 m) > large roundabout > right rue des Orangers, pass the shipyard then on right, Florida Quay. Parking near the starboard sign. The pontoon is at the end after the building left below the esplanade.