5 Bastides availables



  • Bastide d'Assat à ASSAT (64510)

    Extension of a former village with its castle, this old typical village was sketched around the small Square of Plane trees; nearby, the sinuous streets testify of the housing environment previous to the ancient country-house. Visit report available on the city…

  • Bastide de Nay à NAY (64800)

    It is halfway between Pau and Lourdes. Founded in 1302 by Marguerite de Moncada (Viscountess of Béarn) it has the architecture of the walled towns: central square lined with arcades, a hall, harmonious urban planning, fortifications from the 15th century, a wall…

  • Bastide de Lestelle-Bétharram à LESTELLE-BETHARRAM (64800)

    At the edge of Bigorre, Lestelle-Bétharram, founded in 1335 by Gaston II of Foix, was a place of passage between the Béarnaise valleys and the Bigorre allowing transhumance. The city has the characteristics of the walled towns of the fourteenth century: square,…

  • Bastide de Bruges à BRUGES-CAPBIS-MIFAGET (64800)

    Bruges was built in 1357 at the foot of the Pyrenees by Bertrand Pujols (Viscount of Foix-Béarn). Its name comes from the Flemish city where G. Fébus stayed the same year. It includes: Simple and homogeneous architecture reflecting that of the houses of the…

  • Bastide de Montaut à MONTAUT (64800)

    Between Béarn and Bigorre, Montaut was created in 1308 by the Viscountess of Béarn. Today there are still remnants of the original walled town. First the facades of traditional Béarnaise houses from the 18th century that attest to a time of prosperity due to…