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French Basque Country, Hendaye. At the gates of Spain, Hendaye the resort situated furthest south in France. With about 3.5 km of beach, the longest of the Basque coast, Hendaye offers a particularly protected environment to its visitors. © Ph.Laplace

At the gates of Spain, Hendaye the resort situated furthest south in France. With about km of beach, the longest of the Basque coast, Hendaye offers a particularly protected environment to its visitors.

French Basque Country: La Rhune. Western Pyrenean summit 905 meters, La Rhune marks the border between Spain and France, where joins traditional Basque territories of Labourd and Navarre. The panorama at the top provides a clear view of the Basque Country, the Landes and the Atlantic Ocean. On foot or by train, walks on the slopes of the Rhune, territory pottok (little horse in Basque) or manech sheep with black or red heads, promise fabulous views. © Cyril Hourseau - Fotolia.com

French Basque Country: La Rhune. Western Pyrenean summit 905 meters, La Rhune marks the border between Spain and France, where joins traditional Basque territories of Labourd and Navarre. The panorama at the top provides a clear view of the Basque Country, the Landes and the Atlantic Ocean. On foot or by train, walks on the slopes of the Rhune, territory pottok (little horse in Basque) or manech sheep with black or red heads, promise fabulous views. © Cyril Hourseau - Fotolia.com

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