Living in Hendaye Plage
Sector highly coveted by French and international buyers, Hendaye Plage seduces with its bars and restaurants, its large fine sandy beach which attracts bathers and surfers, its port of Sokoburu and its nautical centers, its quick access to the castle of Abbadia and the Basque cornice. The waterfront is dotted with neo-Basque architecture houses and former residences. Like all the coveted coastal areas, Hendaye Plage mainly attracts people with high incomes who can afford the luxury of living or buying a house by the ocean. The contrast between the festive summer atmosphere and the tranquility of the off-season is important. That said, the inhabitants of Hendaye Plage have local shops available to them throughout the year, mainly on Boulevard de la Mer. The neighborhood also has a train station (Les Deux Jumeaux), hotels, a hospital, a football stadium (Ondarraitz), a casino, a thalassotherapy center, several surf schools and a primary school.
Hendaye Plage house prices
Rue du port, boulevard de la Mer, house or apartment on the seafront with a view of the ocean: the price of real estate in Hendaye Plage varies a lot according to their location. Overall, the average price per square meter at Hendaye Plage is € 3,750, all things considered. Prices are slightly lower near the port (usually between € 3,300 and € 3,400) than near the beach or the Basque corniche. Do you want to know more about the real estate market trends in Hendaye Plage before selling or buying your property? Visit your Barnes Côte Basque agency in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, at 23 Blvd Victor Hugo.