Tourism in Arbonne
By staying in one of the caravans, mobile homes or motorhomes on a camping pitch within our campsite in Bidart you can discover one of the most typical Basque villages of Labourd: bordering Bidart and Biarritz, Arbonne is a traditional town that developed around its church, its town hall and its pelota court. It has the originality of having its benoiterie still intact, the former secular guardhouse of the church and the cemetery. It now houses exhibitions on the history of the village and Basque culture. The Saint-Laurent d’Arbonne church is also a typically Labourdin listed monument, remarkable for its gabled bell tower with arcades, its wooden galleries and its painted ceiling. If you choose to rent a mobile home near Arbonne for your next holiday in the Basque Country, you can also admire interesting specimens of Basque funerary art: the Arbonne cemetery has one of the richest collections of discoidal stelae from the Basque Country.
Ur-Onea campsite 4 km from Arbonne
For your next family vacation on the Atlantic coast, opt for a family camping holiday surrounded by nature. For their camping stay, holidaymakers will have to choose from our various rentals, one of the spacious and green camping-caravanning pitches for motorhomes, tents and caravans close to the heated swimming pool, a large mobile home (bungalow) comfort very close to the fine sandy beach, or even a chalet not far from outdoor children’s games. Immerse yourself in Basque culture for your holidays by choosing to stay at a campsite in Arbonne or nearby. Our campsite in the Basque Country in a green setting offers green pitches and mobile home rentals near Arbonne, less than 5 km from the center of the village. You can take advantage of bike rides to reach the benoiterie site in less than 20 minutes and discover the rejuvenating natural setting that surrounds the village: an alternation of moors, oak groves and pastures, each of which is home to an important biodiversity. By car, 10 minutes are enough from Ur-Onea to reach Arbonne and visit its beautiful listed church and its Basque cemetery. In summer, don’t miss the patronal feasts of Saint-Laurent, which are an opportunity to experience four days of festivities. The Basque cake festival puts local gastronomy in the spotlight through an amateur competition and numerous activities.