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Hendaye is the furthest town south-west in France and is near the Spain border. Its nearby travel hot spots include Urrugne, Saint-Jean-de-Lutz, and the rest of Cote Basque. Some travel across the Spain border to check out the community of Irun. Most stay at Hendaye hotels and don't stray too far, as the area really feels like a nautical resort. At Hotels.com, you can separate the best and worst Hendaye hotels with reliable parameters. You can search for and reserve a room at any hotel listed in the area. You can compare hotels by location, price, and rating. You also have access to user reviews, which comes in handy for planning any trip.

What's Hendaye Like?

Hendaye is truly the nautical capitol of France. The marina sits at the opening of the Bidassoa river. It is also home to many landmarks and other sightseeing spots. The Abbadia Natural Park makes for a fun day trip, as it takes up 65 hectares of countryside. The most delightful experience will come from visiting the Observatory Castle of Abbadia. Nearby, you can also visit Caneta and Pheasant Island to get a great history lesson on fishing. Other spots to check out include the Great Cross of Hendaye and the war victim monument. There are also many exotic beaches on the coastline. If you travel into Spain, then it is well worth visiting Irun for Museo Romano Oiasso.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Hendaye

Hendaye is a pleasant place to visit as everyone goes to the town to have a fun time. Most of the locals live by the nautical lifestyle. Whether you want to tour the water or see landmarks in town, you will feel welcome when visiting Hendaye. The locals don't have the highest expectations when it comes to how you dress. The population is low and a lot of tourists fill the area. Regardless, everyone has the same respect for summer-friendly attire. Hotels.com showcases the major details of Hendaye hotels and what a tourist could expect from staying at each. When booking a room, read into the hotel and get a better idea on what you will be around. For example, a hotel right on the water comes with different wardrobe expectations than a hotel in the town. As for food, you can expect to find a lot of French food and seafood dishes. Fishing is popular in and near Hendaye. Tourists can even get in on the fun through one of the many fishing boat rental services in the area.