Located in the Pyrenees, Hendaye is a frontier commune between France and Spain, close to the province of San Sebastian. But wondering what to do in Hendaye? The main attractions in Hendaye revolve around its enviable natural surroundings and the varied cultural and architectural attractions. To begin the tour, one of the first places to visit in Hendaye is the beach. With its three kilometers of fine sand, it's considered one of the safest in the Basque coast. We can continue with a tour of the Domaine d'Abbadia Castle, a nature reserve along 25 kilometers of paths from Hendaye to Bidart, along the coast bordered by its cliffs. The views from there are some of the most beautiful things to see in Hendaye. Enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the port must be on the top of your list of things to do in Hendaye today. From the harbor, you'll overlook the neighboring Hondarribia. In the center of town, the monument dedicated to the victims of the World Wars remind us of past times in recent history. Hendaye is notorious for being the city where the fascist Franco and Hitler met in 1940, during World War II. Among the religious Hendaye attractions and buildings, the parish church of San Vicente from the sixteenth century, or Santa Ana next to the beach are very popular places to visit. Other Hendaye activities include visiting the few bunkers in the ruins from World War II, the Compass Rose or the footbridge over the Bidasoa. There's lots of stuff to do in Hendaye and its surroundings, come and enjoy this wonderful city!