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About Biarritz

France’s quintessential beach break resort

From French Royalty to the modern movie stardom, Biarritz is well established as the classically styled French beach resort groomed to perfection. Despite earning a strong following of regular tourists this sun-kissed beach resort still retains heaps of personal character as well as glamour, with independent boutique stores, family-run gourmet restaurants and an awe-inspiring beach never far away.

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Playground to the European jet set and France’s quintessential beach break resort, Biarritz is synonymous with glitz and glamour. It first became popular among the French royals and their court back in the 19th century, and some of the best hotels hark back to the town’s grand old heyday. Luxurious L’Hôtel du Palais (1 avenue de l'Impératrice), overlooking the sea, is still the definitive place to stay, but don’t overlook the modern yet spectacular Sofitel Biarritz Le Miramar Thalassa (13 rue Louison Bobet) with its state-of-the-art thalassotherapy centre. If you’re working to a tighter budget, Hotel de Biarritz (3 rue Grangier) is a stylish but more basic option.

Biarritz is great for finding unique stores thanks to a shopping scene that has rejected a descent into traditional seaside tackiness, with superb boutiques, patisseries and chocolatiers on offer. For its notable nougats and other delicious treats head to Pariès (1 place Bellevue), and for the Basque speciality of espadrilles Pare Gabia (18 rue Mazagran) is a well-priced winner. Surf style pervades the streets of the city, but for something more upmarket try 64 (16 rue Gambetta).

Simple yet effective is the theme with Basque cuisine. For gourmet perfection try L’Atelier (18 rue de la Bergerie) or L’Impertinent (5 rue d’Alsace), although Biarritz is home to plenty of excellent mid-range restaurants. Head to the vibrant Old Town and L’Instant (4 rue du Port Vieux) for a great atmosphere and tasty seafood, or Restaurant Philippe (30 avenue du Lac Marion) for a daring twist on Basque cuisine courtesy of Ducasse-trained chef Philippe Lafargue.

Bayonne Chocolate Festival


This annual festival is well-known throughout Europe, and celebrates the heritage of the town of Bayonne, which lays claim to being the first place in France to import chocolate.

International Bridge Festival


Top international card players convene for this festival which is one of the world’s biggest bridge events.

Biarritz Cup


A notable event around the world, the Biarritz Cup is France’s oldest amateur golfing competition; it attracts over 500 players and huge crowds each year.

International Surf Film Festival


This film festival has been hailed as the Oscars of the surfing world, and is quite rightly held in the surfing capital of Europe. From short to feature and fiction to documentary, there’s a huge variety on show.

Big Festival


Since its inception in 2009 this music festival has quickly grown to become one of the city’s biggest events of the year. Artists such as Neil Young and Crazy Horse have performed in front of tens of thousands of people, who can also take advantage of free surfing lessons and workshops.

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Time zone:GMT +1 hour
Flight time:1 hour 50 mins
Airport code:BIQ
Holiday type:Beach / City Break / Summer Sun

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