Bayonne’s chocolate tradition began with the Jewish community that fled here from the Spanish Inquisition. Come to this always-popular place for an insight into history and ingredients for one of the world’s most sought-after confections, followed, of course, by a tasting. Expect to spend around 1.5 hr.
Atelier de Chocolat de Bayonne Andrieu
7 allée de Gibéléou, Bayonne, France
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours July–Aug Mon–Sat 10am–6:30pm; Sept–June Mon–10am–12:30pm and 2–6pm Phone 05-59-55-70-23 Prices Entrance 6€ adults; 3€ children 4–12 Web site Atelier de Chocolat de Bayonne Andrieu Other Zone Artisanale Sainte-Croix. The chocolate makers stop work at 4pm and only work Monday to Friday
Map7 allée de Gibéléou Bayonne France Bayonne
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