The Louis XIV house, Lohobiague-enea, with its corbelled turrets, listed as a Historic Monument Inventory since 2003, was built in 1643 for a wealthy shipowner. It has a beautiful stone façade adorned with balconies and wrought iron balustrades. For more than a month, it housed the young Louis XIV at his wedding in 1660. Inside, a magnificent wooden staircase led to the first floor, a lounge decorated with family portraits and a dining room with painted woodwork. And new this year, with the closure of the Musée Grévin, five characters from the museum will be invited to the Louis XIV house, the king, the queen, the shipowner... From the gallery, there is a very beautiful view over Ciboure and the Pyrenees. A must-see site that cannot be missed during a stay in the Basque Country.
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