Since 1993, Antton Chocolatier has been perpetuating the chocolate tradition of the Basque Country. The chocolatiers share their passion by inviting you into the workshop. The visit accompanied by a guide lasts about thirty minutes and is friendly and educational. The tour begins with panels retracing the main stages in the transformation of the bean into chocolate. The visit continues in the workshop decorated like a Basque kitchen where you can see the chocolate makers at work. The chocolates bear Basque names and decorations and the specialities display their colours: Espelette pepper, cherry, Izarra, Salies de Béarn salt blend with pure cocoa butter chocolates to delight the taste buds of gourmets.
Opening Ouvert de février à fin décembre. Horaires variables selon la saison.
Prices Payment methods
  • Payment cards
  • Cheques and postal orders
  • Cash
Activity details Accueil des groupes sur rendez-vous au : + 33 5 59 93 88 72 ou par mail à l'adresse suivante : contact@chocolats-antton.com
Visiting conditions : Visite guidée
Languages for the tour : Français, Allemand, Anglais, Espagnol
Language(s) of signs/audio/videos : Français
Groups Groups welcome
Minimum : 5 - Maximum : 50
Bus parking
Situation
Access
  • Road (national / local) - RD 918
Location
  • In the town centre
GPS location Latitude : 43.3388
Longitude : -1.44692

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