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53 Avenue du Commandant Passicot, 64500 Ciboure France
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Around the Rhune by Sidecar
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Around the Rhune by Sidecar

Circuit bypassing the Rhune, from Saint Jean de Luz, you will discover the charm of Ascain, Sare, Vera and the Col d'Ibardin. A stroll on the Corniche will complete your excursion, free tasting of local wines at Egiategia. (115 € per vehicle for 1 or 2 people)<br>
$140.48 per adult
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Hzn Ella wrote a review Feb 2021
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That walk to here is nice, on a not wet day. Views of Cibourne cliffs on a good visibility day would be nice.
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Date of experience: February 2021
GlobeTrip78 wrote a review Oct 2020
Cambrils, Spain1225 contributions267 helpful votes
You have to go to this area in fact it's next to Saint Juan de Luz so it means is very close. The place is wonderful but the time I visit it, the building was in the middle of a renovation.
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Date of experience: October 2020
BasqueGuy wrote a review Jun 2018
Bilbao, Spain203 contributions13 helpful votes
it is a beautiful building in the neighbourhood of Zokoa (Socoa) in Ziburu (Ciboure), once again in Basque hands after it was purchased to the French army in 2011
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Date of experience: September 2017
rajatjmail wrote a review Sep 2017
Auvers-sur-Oise, France172 contributions43 helpful votes
Although it was raining the walk was worth it. You get a wonderful view of Saint-Jean-de-Luz and the bay.
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Date of experience: September 2017
George S wrote a review May 2017
Carlsbad, California545 contributions414 helpful votes
Fort de Socoa was created and built between 1627 and 1686 from the direct order of King Louis XIII, by the famous French military architect and engineer Vauban. The fort served as a military stronghold during all wars including WWII. The Fort de Socoa has been listed as a Historical Monument since 1925. Worth seeing when you are in the Basque Country.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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