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SaraTorres

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Hi fellow pilgrams, whist I am newish to this forum and have completed various routes of the camino, this next Camino will commence in Bordeaux. I would be grateful if you may share or direct me to a list of albergues/gites between Bordeaux and San Juan de luz. Love to start gathering info.
Muchas Gracias pedegrinos
 
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SabineP

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some and then more. see my signature.


Variant Dax to Bayonne. It is a cycling route what they describe here but you will get an idea.
Know that in Bayonne you can continue on the Camino Baztan to Pamplona if you want.
 
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roving_rufus

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The Landes association has a good website for information and the link to the information on littoral way including a pdf of accommodation info http://www.compostelle-landes.org/index.php?p=littoral&lng=fr

They also have a marked route connecting tours and littoral routes
http://www.compostelle-landes.org/index.php?p=jonction1&lng=fr

In researching my plan from Mont St Michel down the Voie Littoral I have come across a few blogs as well which might be insightful (might be another few bookmarked on my computer which if I find I will add later)
https://ajollylongwalkblog.wordpress.com/
http://camino-de-marlo.over-blog.com/archive/2017-09/2

another is there are a few YouTube videos though I haven't watched them yet. One is by Gina Tina on the Voie Littoral.
 
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SaraTorres

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Vía Turonensis? Gronze has Bordeaux to Dax in 6 stages and then from Bayonne on al Norte. But how to get from Dax to Bayonne? I'm interested to hear about how others have done

Vía Turonensis? Gronze has Bordeaux to Dax in 6 stages and then from Bayonne on al Norte. But how to get from Dax to Bayonne? I'm interested to hear about how others have done it.

Bon chance et bon chemin!
Happy to share:
Dax - Labenne
Labenne - Bayona
Bayonne - Dornarieta
Dornarieta - Guethary
Guethary - St Juan de la luz
St Juan de la Luz - Hendaya Irun

Thanks for your reply
Sara
 

Monasp

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Variante Dax à Bayonne. C'est une piste cyclable ce qu'ils décrivent ici mais vous vous en ferez une idée.
Sachez qu'à Bayonne vous pouvez continuer sur le Camino Baztan jusqu'à Pampelune si vous le souhaitez.
Sur le Baztan aucune auberge ouverte en 2021
 

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lovingkindness

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Hi there @jsalt
I enjoyed re-reading your account! Thanks for the link.

Just a wee note for those hoping to follow in @jsalt's footsteps this autumn/winter: the section of the Voie Littoral which passes between Sanguinet and Tarnos has been closed by the prefecture until 31/12/2021. The cycle path which runs parallel, la vélodyssey is open.

Read about it here: http://www.compostelle-landes.org/index.php?p=littoral&lng=fr

Cheers
Lovingkindness
 

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