<p><strong>Bidarray’s nautical bases</strong> welcome you for a day or half-day of rafting on the <strong>most beautiful part of the river “la Nive”</strong> and its legendary <strong>Pas de Roland gorges</strong>.</p> <p>Accessible to all, as a family, with friends or as a duo, for a <strong>family or sporting trip</strong>, you’ll be accompanied by a state-qualified guide and will navigate in complete safety.</p> <p>On site, you’ll have access to men’s and women’s changing rooms, hot showers, sanitary facilities, green and <strong>picnic</strong> areas <strong>with barbecue</strong> and private parking.</p> <p>Don’t hesitate to contact us at <a href="http://col-ibardin.com">Camping Ibardin</a> for more information and guidance on how to make your stay <strong>unforgettable and full of memories</strong>.</p>
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Top 6 rafting descents in the Basque Country

During your stay at camping Ibardin, in Urrugne, don’t hesitate to try your hand at canyoning in some of the region’s best spots, including :

  1. In Sainte Engrace: In its canyoning site in the heart of the mountains, Sainte Engrace offers you the chance to discover spots with jumps, slides, waterfalls and very easy abseils, less than an hour from the ocean.
  2. In Aragon: Also known as the Spanish Basque Country, Aragon offers a canyoning site that offers 2 hours of easy descent in the company of a friendly, professional team.
  3. From Béarn to Sierra de Guarra: To discover the best the Pyrenees have to offer in canyoning, Béarn and Sierra de Guerra are exceptional spots offering a choice of descent levels. Beginners and experts alike can enjoy the richness of the mountains of the
    Basque Country. If you prefer rafting, we recommend one of the following 3 destinations on the Basque coast:
  4. Rafting at Bidarray: The Nive is a must for families on vacation in the Basque Country, thanks to its easy, safe rafting and friendly atmosphere.
  5. Rafting in Biarritz: Still on the Nive, but this time on the Atlantic coast, Biarritz offers a rafting circuit that’s a little sportier, and therefore more suited to those with a little rafting experience and in search of a new challenge.
  6. Rafting in Espelette: The French commune of Espelette also boasts some very interesting rafting spots anchored in an exceptional environment that stands out throughout the Basque region. What’s more, the instructors in Espelette are renowned for being highly professional and passionate, which is why this rafting site is highly rated by holidaymakers.

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