Many Basque cities have celebrations during the year. The often celebrates their Saints or for others, old battle victories. But it’s different than a historical commemoration, and much more like days to have fun, drink beers, eat basque foods, and dance. Let’s have a small look on 2 towns, Irun and Donostia San Sebastian
From the 12th of june to the 27th, Hô Chi Minh, the separatist leader of North Indochina made a plane stop in Biarritz.
One of the most famous polyphonic Basque choirs. Known and recognized all over the world, this choir of men sings in Basque to the delight of all. Powerful, light, sensitive, hard, their tones and timbre resound in churches and concert halls. If you want to know more about them, here is a french interview […]
From San Juan de Gaztelugatxe (Spain) to Guethary (France), have a closer look on what is the Basque country around some culture, geography and history. To see the traduction of the description’s documentary, just click on the button below : Basque country by Cap Sud-Ouest More details : France3
Gabrielle Chanel discovers Biarritz She already made her name with fortunates people, particularly in Deauville. But with the war coming, rich people and celebrities are escaping from west coast of Normandie and the city of Paris. Coco, discovers Biarritz because of here love Arthur Boy Capel. Biarritz is already a famous destination for sea swimming, the renowned […]
Makila or makhila is strictly speaking the traditional Basque walking stick In reality it is much more than this: it is a century-old badge of honor in villages across the Basque Country, a must have accessory of the master of the Basque house, a walking help in a region with a rugged terrain and, maybe […]