Along county and minor roads. Take care at the numerous points where you have to cross the RD933 road. The terrain is very undulating, with a total positive change in altitude of 450m along the stage, the maximum altitude reaching 275m. Signposted EV3.
Surfacing smooth: asphalt.
- Saint-Jean Pied de Port train station: rail link to Bayonne
- Saint-Palais: the Maison des Têtes (a house bearing sculptures of noble heads); the typical streets, notably the rues de la Bidouze and du Palais de Justice; Place du Foirail, an embellished square; the church of St Mary Magdalene and its rare Cavaillé-Coll organ; the oldest, most beautiful pelota court (or trinquet) in the French Basque country and the Pierre Guéraçague pelota wall; lovely façades and gardens beside the Bidouze..
- La Stèle de Gibraltar (at kilometre 3.6): this emblematic cross stands just 100m from the route
- La Chapelle d'Harambeltz (at kilometre 8.4): a chapel 1.2km from the route
- Le Village d’Ostabat-Asme (at kilometre 12.15 km): the village lies 1km from the route
- Croix de Galtzetaburu (at kilometre 20): another famous cross
- Saint-Jean le Vieux : the village
- Saint-Jean Pied-de-Port: Porte Saint-Jacques, or St James Gateway (part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France’, awarded in 1998); the citadel and its Gastelumendy Redoubt; the ramparts of the upper town and the Faubourg d’Espagne; the parish church dedicated to the Virgin Mary’s Assumption; the so-called Bishops’ Prison