La Bastide Clairence

The traditional southwest walled town of Clairence was founded in 1312 by Louis the first of Navarre . He succeeded his father, Philippe the Bel and therefore was the future king of France . Two years later Louis the first changed his name into Louis X the Qaureller. The King of France, took part in the building of Clairence, with the aim in creating a ‘natural environment' that never changes with the times.

Having kept its original form, you will discover these beautiful traditional houses with the original architecture.
The Clairence walled town is also known as “Bastide of Aquitaine” and “the one of the most beautiful villages in France ”.

It is a dynamic village with many festivities, these include traditional Basque dancing and has local agricultural and quality products sold at the local market. As it's a village with many traditions, it has developed a quality craft industry. Selling the most beautiful and creative handy crafts.

  • The farm market
  • The market potter
  • Church  notre dame de l' assomption
  • La Bastide Clairence in holidays
  • Holiday of the threshing machine
Le marché fermier


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Office de Tourisme la Bastide Clairence-P.Capperon.