Typical village in Basque country. The church with white facade and its wooden gallery inside, the pediment with a single wall, the typical architecture of their homes. In the cemetery there are a couple trails, typically Basque. From there, there are beautiful views of the river Bidasoa and National 121-A, running between Gipuzkoa and Navarre. In summer there are ball games and fishing contests. It is very tiny, but well worth a visit.
The cemetery can be found in the urban centre of this small French Basque town of only some 1000 inhabitants. To access it, you have to go through the tunnel that sits below the church. It is in the countryside, with a huge white Christ, and stone benches that invite you to sit a while. Do not miss the old Basque tombstones similar to Etxalar (Navarra).
Located in the small French Basque town of Biriatu-Biriatou. The church can be found in the centre of the town, next to the pediment and hostel. To access it, you have to go up a lot of stairs. A typical wooden gallery can be seen inside the church, as is common to all French Basque churches. It is not the prettiest I've visited, but it has its charm. I recommend a visit to the cemetery, which is located at the rear of the church, where we can find a few Basque tombstones.