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History

Guéthary is a small typical village located between Bidart and Saint Jean de Luz. It has been an official commune since 1633, but its church dates from the 1850th century. Until around 1884, Guéthary was a modest village with an economy based on fishing and agriculture. Soon after, hotels and restaurants gradually began to emerge, as well as the transformation of old farms and houses into short-term accommodation. The popularity of Guéthary has further evolved with the creation of the village station in XNUMX, which is ideally located in the heart of Guéthary. Nowadays, Guéthary is an upscale destination with a few small corn fields and a small port reminding visitors and locals of its humble origins.

Things to do

Despite its small size, Guéthary offers a fine selection of bars, shops and restaurants. For dinner, we recommend The Alcyons, The Txamara, The Heteroclite, Bahia Beach, The Getaria (Marion's favorite) or La Voile Blanche. If you're looking for original, locally handcrafted women's clothing, be sure to check out "Captain the CouturierIn Madrid. For a refreshing snack, Bowl Lookout is the address for the Açai Bowls. Other addresses for an aperitif are also to experiment: Ponpon Chai, Madrid, The Basque Bar et Providence.

Surfing is another obvious activity in Guéthary. Parliamentia (world famous) or Avalanche represent spots of very big waves. The best time to surf in Guéthary is undoubtedly during the winter months between December and March.

Almost all the villages in the Basque Country have a market that sells regional products and Guéthary is no exception. The markets of the Basque Country are known for their varied range of excellent products, including Espelette pepper, Bayonne ham, Ibaïona (ham), Kintoa (also ham), Basque cake, sheep cheese. , Irouleguy wine and Itxassou cherries. Needless to say, seafood is also a staple in Basque markets. Make sure to try the squid.

Le Guéthary market takes place every Sunday morning from May to September.

Overview of the real estate market in Guéthary

Thanks to its prestige, its surf and the enviable lifestyle offered by Guéthary, the demand for rental investments is just as high as for private residences. 47% of the real estate market in Guéthary is based on second homes. Guéthary is considered a real estate “micro-market”, which means that the price of accommodation offering access to the beach on foot is equivalent to the associated price increase specific to such an area. From an investment perspective, having a residential property in Guéthary offers an impressive return on your investment during the holiday period due to such demand.

Whether you are looking to buy or sell real estate in Guéthary, our team at O'Plus Immobilier will be happy to welcome you throughout your real estate process. O'Plus Immobilier agents are passionate about photography and have the ability to showcase your property not only with professional photographers, but also with drone images and 3-dimensional virtual tours.