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Overview Of The Port Of Hendaye

About Hendaye
Hendaye is the most south westerly town in France, lying in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department and located in the traditional province Lapurdi (Labourd) of the French Basque Country.

Hendaye is split into 2 main areas and separated by 2km. The old medieval Basque Town is situated on a hill top and is where you find most of the shops. In the town square, there is a weekly open air market on a Wednesday. It is also the location of the famous 17th century stone cross "Great Cross of Hendaye.

The church of Saint-Vincent features a 13th century crucifix and was built in 1598. Following various fires and bombardments, the church has been reconstructed over the years.

The ruins of the early 17th century fortifications, lie along the Bay of Txingudi waterfront.

Along the seafront is the gothic style Château of Antoine d'Abbadie, finished in 1879.

The Jumeaux rocks have been carved out of the cliffs by waves and they are visible from the beach or from nearby nature park.

The large bay has good sheltered facilities and is popular for water sports. The beach area is located on a peninsula.

Hendaye is locally well known for the quality of its txurros (churros). Both French and International cuisine can be found here.
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Cruise ships visiting Hendaye are required to anchor and tender passengers ashore.

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