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Getting around the Basque Country

Find all the information you need to get around our region.

Once you’ve arrived in Cambo-les-Bains, you’ll find plenty of public transport options for getting around the town and surrounding area.

By bus, car, train or bike… all you have to do is choose your mode of transport!

By bus Txik Txak

All the Basque Country’s mobility services are brought together under a single brand name Txik Txak.

The network allows you to cover the entire country.

>> 2 lines operate in Cambo-les-Bains, Monday to Saturday (except Sundays and public holidays). They give you, the opportunity to go in different places of the city (See map of Cambo-les-Bains bus network )

LINE 57 > Cambo-les-Bains

In season, she stops off at Arnaga, the thermal baths and the Bas-Cambo district.

LINE 59 > Cambo-les-Bains / Itxassou

It provides access to the thermal baths and the nearby village of Itxassou.

Bus Pays Basque

Information curist

If you’d like to use one of the two city shuttles to get to the Cambo-les-Bains thermal baths, the best-value ticket for your 3-week spa treatment is the Pass Liberté.

It is available for sale only in the online store www.txiktxak.fr or at bus branches in Bayonne and Saint-Jean-de-Luz. If you’re interested in this option and don’t want to go to an agency, you’ll need to order your ticket at least 15 days in advance. This pass gives you access to all bus routes in the Basque Country.

>> Several of the network’s bus routes also serve Cambo-les-Bains:

LINE 14 > Bayonne – Espelette

Monday to Sunday. The line also connects Cambo-les-Bains, Larressore, Ustaritz and Bassussary.

LINE 49 > Cambo – Saint Jean de Luz

Monday to Saturday in July and August and Monday to Friday the rest of the year. This line serves Souraïde, Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle and Ascain.

LINE 15 > Cambo – Hasparren – Iholdy

Monday to Friday. This line stops in the villages of Irissarry, Hélette and Bonloc.

Car Basque Country

By car

>> All city parking lots are free of charge.

On the other hand, part of downtown parking is in the blue zone , where it is limited to 1h30. A blue disc is compulsory and must be affixed to the windscreen inside the vehicle at the following times: Tuesday to Friday, 9am to 12pm and 2pm to 6pm, and Saturday, 9am to 12pm.

You don’t have a blue disc? It is on sale at the Cambo-les-Bains Tourist Office for €2.

Car rental:

Other options :

>> Bayonne station:

Nearby service stations:

Basque Country Train

By train

TER line 54 connects Cambo-les-Bains with Bayonne and Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port every day.

Information and opening hours on www.sncf-connect.com

Opening of Cambo-les-Bains SNCF railway station:

Monday to Friday, 7.50 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 1.30 p.m. to 3.45 p.m. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

By bike

While it’s possible to cycle in Cambo-les-Bains, there are no dedicated lanes for cyclists. You have to share the road with motorists on hilly roads.

  • The nearest greenway starts in the commune of Ustaritz (13 km from Cambo, passing through the villages of Halsou and Jaxtou) and leads to Bayonne. It stretches for 11 km along a former towpath and runs alongside the Errobi / Nive river.

  • Basko Vélos offers rental of electric bikes for adults and children, road bikes, mountain bikes, classic bikes and accessories for all: baby carriers, GPS with planned routes, trailers (etc.).
Vélo Pays basque