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    • Lohobiague-Enea called "Maison Louis XIV". A living space open to visitors, classified as a Historic Monument. Come and discover or rediscover the History of Saint Jean de Luz and the History of France.

      You are in a beautiful 17th century house built in 1643 by Joannis de Lohobiague, a wealthy shipowner from Luz. It was here that in May 1660, Louis XIV, aged 22, lived for 40 days when he married the Infanta of Spain.

      The House is a private residence, always in the same family since its construction. It is still inhabited : you will find 370 years of furniture, paintings, dishes, souvenirs and familiar objects there...

      Guided tours : allow 30 to 40 minutes per visit.
      • Adults € 6.5
      • Children (> 12 years) and students : € 4
      Opening from Easter holidays to All Saints holidays.
      Closing day : TUESDAY

      More details on the site www.maison-louis-xiv.fr .

      If you are an agency, a tour operator, or simply a group made up of at least 10 people, you can reserve a specific day and time for a guided tour at the preferential rate of 5.5 € (3.8 € for school children).

      For reasons of space and quality of reception each visit cannot accommodate more than 25 people at a time.

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Useful information

Location : Sea side

Province : Labourd

Location : Place Louis XIV
64500 St Jean de Luz


Place Louis XIV
64500 St Jean de Luz


Phone : 05 59 26 27 58

GPS coordinates

43° 23'15.22"N, 1° 39'49.54"W

Traveller Reviews

4.1 sur 5 833 reviews

  • Maurice Massaad

    4 sur 5 Reviews posted by Maurice Massaad on 22/07/2019

    Amazing to learn that “le roi soleil “ was a somehow low profile person.

  • Marie Toothman

    5 sur 5 Reviews posted by Marie Toothman on 27/05/2019

    Very quaint little place!


    4 sur 5 Reviews posted by ANDRES ANDRES on 13/09/2019


Traveller Reviews

4.0 sur 5 223 reviews

  • "Very interesting visit"

    5 / 5 Reviews posted by BackPacker379505 on 16/08/2018

    This place was very interesting to visit. The guide was excellent! I don't know if they guide in English as well though, I had the French version (but I'm French so all good)

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  • "A nice place to visit on a rainy day..."

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by Ticolover (Oregon) on 06/08/2018

    Had the weather been better, we'd planned on an excursion to the mountains; but since it was cloudy & drizzly, we opted instead to visit St. Jean de Luz. This was one of places we toured - a very...

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  • "Hisoric building in the center of Saint-Jean-de-Luz"

    4 / 5 Reviews posted by matwen2016 (Wurselen, Germany) on 11/07/2018

    This is a must see hisoric building in the center of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. It is well maintained and hosts a restarant to get something to drink.

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