Travel Blogs from Bayonne, France

Sort by Newest Best first

Beautiful Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Beautiful Bayonne

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

This is a top pick!
2
8

... 11 of which remain today.  It was this presence that solidified Bayonne's legendary status as the chocolate capital of France. It should be noted that Bayonne is also famous for its prime cured ham, (which accompanied the egg on my pizza and was very ...

Days of Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Days of Bayonne

A travel blog entry by davidofcali

11

... 't get to paris until Monday night.  This is the worst of both worlds because, not only do I miss the tour de france, but the Fete de Bayonne starts on Wednesday.  I'm one day late for the Tour de France and 1 ½ late for the Fete de ...

Extended Stay In Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Extended Stay In Bayonne

A travel blog entry by davidofcali

1

... , Coralie had to work during the day so her mom and I drove to spain.  This is only about 30 Km's away from Bayonne.  We went shopping and similar to us in California and Mexico, all the stuff in the Spanish speaking country is cheaper.  ...

Day 2: Paris to Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Day 2: Paris to Bayonne

A travel blog entry by jrox

4
12

... what I'm doing. Go away seed. If you must grow then let you be a flower. A bush I could handle, maybe but a tree - nooooooooooo! Bayonne is rather beautiful. Even my 2 star hotel which is so old it looks like it could collapse if a big gust of wind came ...

Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Bayonne

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

1

We spent the day travelling the width of France. Our train returned us briefly to Paris via Nancy--Jeff would have loved to tell his mother, Nancy. We also stopped briefly in Bordeaux--no wine. Hotel: Hotel San Miguel Dinner: Bodega Ibaia, Tapas! ...

Bayonne, France, Bayonne, France travel blog

Bayonne, France

A travel blog entry by whatboundaries

4

August 23rd - 8 weeks on the road! 5 more to go in Europe.   The town is charming and we'd love to see more of it - if the rain would ever let up! We've made it next door to the pub for a few meals, then back to the room to wait out the rain. It's ...

Pays Basque dans les montagnes, Bayonne, France travel blog

Pays Basque dans les montagnes

A travel blog entry by annaliesefrance

23

... so much diversity in the country. Between towns, and regions. You can never say you have seen everything there is to see in France. It's too diverse which makes it the most visited country in the world.  When we got home we ended up ordering a Pizza ...

french keyboards are not my friend..., Bayonne, France travel blog

french keyboards are not my friend...

A travel blog entry by devonandsarah

3

... joined in with everyone and ate candy all day...hey, I'm just trying to get the full cultural experience!) So, we are now in Bayonne, France...we are only an hour from Pamplona but the trip here took 6hrs (I would blame this on the poor Spanish/French ...

land of the basks, Bayonne, France travel blog

land of the basks

A travel blog entry by jotraveller

4

Cycling down the coast to the land of the ...

France, the pros and cons, Bayonne, France travel blog

France, the pros and cons

A travel blog entry by jciafone

... surprisingly beautiful. We had stopped first in a much more popular town, Biarritz, and was slightly regretting choosing Bayonne upon seeing Biarritz´s lovely architecture, beach-scape, and nice flowers. Happily, Bayonne was equally interesting, ...

Reflections on Paris, Bayonne, France travel blog

Reflections on Paris

A travel blog entry by jbtravel

2
4

... town (thanks AirBnb) and went for a meander down the Nive river. Whilst we did love Paris, upon first impressions at least, Bayonne has a wonderful sense of calm in comparison. We spent our first week away in Paris. It was everything I expected and more. ...

Welcome Basque Kotter!  (5-7 October), Bayonne, France travel blog

Welcome Basque Kotter! (5-7 October)

A travel blog entry by ademrocktheeu

1

Ahhh! the Basque Country. Beautiful one day, better the next. The last few days have seen us travelling through Bayonne, San Sebastian and Bilbao. Firstly a quirky detail for you all -from our eating experiences in France. Everything has extra FAT. ...

Tour de France., Bayonne, France travel blog

Tour de France.

A travel blog entry by duff32

8

After waking up early in the morning we set off to check out France. Just across the border we switched trains and arrived in Bayonne before 9:00am. We decided to have French names for the day... so Pierre, Chloe, and I walked around town for a bit ...

A morning/afternoon in Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

A morning/afternoon in Bayonne

A travel blog entry by chrisandcaz

2
6

... wasn´t too bad. I think the eye mask and earplugs helped a great deal. As we got off at Bayonne at 8.45AM, we met a Scotsman who lived in France and had just completed the Camino de Santiago. He gave us some great tips and also mentioned that within ...

The tour de France ... thus far !!!, Bayonne, France travel blog

The tour de France ... thus far !!!

A travel blog entry by traylertravels

7

... probably just as well, since Ian was driving! Continued down the west coast & stopped for the night in Parentis En Born. We will continue towards Bayonne & Biarritz tomorrow. .... then perhaps, back to the Tour de France! (most ...

Bayonne - France, Bayonne, France travel blog

Bayonne - France

A travel blog entry by matt.taryn

26

... number of times. The most memorable was definitely the "Fetes De Bayonne 2010," which was on while we were there. The "Fetes De Bayonne" is the French equivallent to Spain's "Running of the Bulls." Bascially, you dress in red and white, drink and party on ...

Planes, trains, and now automobiles!!, Bayonne, France travel blog

Planes, trains, and now automobiles!!

A travel blog entry by bairdygirl

8

... pity on us, and changed our note for us!!   Next stop was Biarritz, which was much more high rise and resort looking then Bayonne. Craig hired a board and got to surf a couple of waves in the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. We had to return the ...

Travel Day, Bayonne, France travel blog

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by drkellermeier

2

We eagerly await the arrival of our guests from ...

Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Bayonne

A travel blog entry by azorandscott

4
2

More photo... Same blog I think, Bayonne, France travel blog

More photo... Same blog I think

A travel blog entry by caeneden

1
11

Up at 6.15am. This was a lovely motel. I had a room 105 on the 1st floor. Really country motel just like in country Victoria... Balcony out the front. Breakfast was lovely. Off to Biarritz seaside town. Beautiful day about 26 degrees. We stopped at the ...

Biarritz  France - Pamplona Spain, Bayonne, France travel blog

Biarritz France - Pamplona Spain

A travel blog entry by caeneden

5
7

Up at 6.15am. This was a lovely motel at Bordeaux. I had a room 105 on the 1st floor. Really country motel just like in country Victoria... Balcony out the front. Breakfast was lovely. Off to Biarritz seaside town. Beautiful day about 26 degrees. We ...

Train to St Jean Di, Bayonne, France travel blog

Train to St Jean Di

A travel blog entry by maxnoah

4

Got up twice this morning to go very early to catch a train a bus and another train to St Jean. Had to get off the train at Bordeaux because there was 'une problem' some where. (Obviously the work being done between Caboolture and Zillmere line is has ...

Memories of Paris and on to Aquitaine, Bayonne, France travel blog

Memories of Paris and on to Aquitaine

A travel blog entry by bairdygirl

8

... amongst stone cottages. These fields eventually gave way to the vineyards of Bordeaux, then the sand flats of Les Landes.   Arriving in Bayonne, after the buzz and crowds of Paris, it was like another world again. It's an old river city, so a bit ...

Le Tour ... part deux!, Bayonne, France travel blog

Le Tour ... part deux!

A travel blog entry by traylertravels

5

After Bordeaux we continued down the West Coast. Bayonne was really pretty. There were heaps of old buildings and we even saw a medieval festival - complete with minstrals and suits of armour! We hit Biarritz but couldn't find anywhere to camp ...

Debasque Vu, Bayonne, France travel blog

Debasque Vu

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca

21

... flag and colors were everywhere and the red and white uniform is identical (except for the bandanna might have a local Bayonne imprint, rather than a Pamplona or San Sebastian imprint), the food, the drink, and everything else was virtually idential to ...

Almost to the starting point, Bayonne, France travel blog

Almost to the starting point

A travel blog entry by daveywavey

Im writing this on the 15th in the moring before i heqd to St. Jean Pied de Port. Arrived via train to Bayonne yesterday.  I was supposed to stay with a guy off of couchsurfing but apparently he went out of town and forgot all about the fact i was ...

Bayonne, France, Bayonne, France travel blog

Bayonne, France

A travel blog entry by jmdevine

35

... access than anything else, but it was definitely a cool place to be. Sidewalks are very well connected throughout town, and Bayonne's many pedestrians make sure that they do not go unused. Bicycle lanes are not ubiquitous, but neither are they ...

Lunch, Bayonne, France travel blog

Lunch

A travel blog entry by rmcaglia

1

We had a quick lunch at Monte Carlos across the street from the train station since we had a little over 1.5 hrs until our next train. When we boarded, the toilet wasn't working so we had 10 minutes to run back to the stations bathrooms so we wouldn't be ...

"Bye-yon" not biyonnay (as I was told)

A travel blog entry by siobhan-mw.aus

3

... plage is small so I headed for the main road leading to Biscarrosse vile which continues to the motorway A63 which goes to Bayonne. Withing 20seconds of me holding ye old thumb out I had a ride from a for resting engineer chick who travels Europe - she ...

Day 32 - Bayonne, Bayonne, France travel blog

Day 32 - Bayonne

A travel blog entry by rudiandcaroline

4

... century cathedral with the biggest font we have ever seen,and an interesting fete/market with art exhibition in the cloisters. Bayonne has quite an interesting history involving being ruled by the English for a few hundred years (Black Prince etc), and ...

Sort by Newest Best first