Ecomusee Basque Jean-Vier, Saint-Jean-de-Luz

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
1.9/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
Created by Basque linen specialist Jean Vier in 1999, Ecomusee Basque Jean-Vier celebrates the history, traditional trades, festivals, and everyday life of the Basque people. At the museum you'll discover the unique weaving methods that go into making Basque linen. Keep in mind, though, that there's a lot more to be seen, heard, tasted, and experienced. You can try Izarra, the famous Basque liquor, listen to traditional music and songs, and watch the pelote court. Make Ecomusee Basque Jean-Vier part of your personalized Saint-Jean-de-Luz itinerary using our Saint-Jean-de-Luz trip itinerary maker.
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  • the Museum is closed for a year, very bad signs are always there to guide us to a Basque fabrics store objects of the Museum are crammed into the dimly lit store Fund
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  • Museum outside the city several shops... well back to memories of tablecloths towels to downtown home side laundry
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  • Here we make all fabrics Basque linen or cotton traditional. Table linens, towels, beach, etc... in the basque spirit of yesteryear, but also new and current lines. A place where you have to go
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  • It is closed permanently. Don't you give worth to go there. Unfortunately they "forgot" to communicate that fact.
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  • A bit disappointing lack of animation generation.
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