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Forget the art - study the house

This stunning house overlooking the harbour was built by a wealthy 'merchant' ( buccaneer, to be... read more

Reviewed May 29, 2013
Chris C
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Horsham, United Kingdom
This is the second well known building here

A Saint-Jean-de-Luz is very much known for the marriage of the Infante Joanoenia with Louis XIV the... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2018
matwen2016
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Wurselen, Germany
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11 Jul 2018
“This is the second well known building here”
31 Jul 2015
“Doesn't worth visiting”
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1 rue de l' Infante, 64500 Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France
+33 5 59 26 36 82
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Reviewed July 11, 2018

A Saint-Jean-de-Luz is very much known for the marriage of the Infante Joanoenia with Louis XIV the two palaces where the two of them were before the wedding form a nice pair.

Thank matwen2016
Reviewed July 31, 2015

Only 2 rooms to visit, which takes no longer than 15 minutes maximum. Nice view onto st-jean-de-luz port, that's what we found the most interesting. Entry should be free.

Thank Valerie B
Reviewed April 20, 2014

you pay to see a empty room with a view on the harbour. With little explanation, it's just a waste of money! A real shame!

2  Thank lafeemandragore
Reviewed November 5, 2013

St-Jean-de-Luze (Basque Donibane Lohizune) is a perfect marriage of Gallic charm and Basque allurement and it is interesting that the biggest event in its long and varied history was the marriage in 1660 of Louis XIV to the Spanish Princess Maire Teresa. Before the marriage...More

Thank DCHPORTVENDRES
Reviewed May 29, 2013

This stunning house overlooking the harbour was built by a wealthy 'merchant' ( buccaneer, to be polite ). It was grand enough for the Spanish child bride of Louis X1V to stay in before her marriage. Today it it used mainly for exhibitions by local...More

1  Thank Chris C
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