What to do in Biarritz? GOLF, SURF, HIKING
From your charming hotel in the heart of Biarritz, you can easily visit the city and its surroundings. We invite you to read your welcome booklet or go to reception to find out about all our tips.
Thanks to our privileged geographical location, you will be staying a few steps from Les Halles, where all the good products of the region are on display. The scents and flavors of the Basque Country reign in Les Halles. We also advise you to visit the Biarritz lighthouse, the Atalaye plateau and the Biarritz aquarium.
Biarritz will charm you with its friendliness, its exceptional setting and all kinds of activities that will delight young and old alike.
BIARRITZ IN SPORT GOLF MODE
For you, holidays rhyme with sport? You are in the right place! The Basque country is full of many hikes allowing you to access natural settings.
Come and discover the many greens in the Basque Country Region, Practice and 9-hole Ilbaritz, Golf du Pahre 18 holes, Golf Chiberta 18 holes, Golf d eL’impératrice Eugénie 9 holes, Gold de chnataco 0 Saint Jean de luz, Gold de la Nivelle, in Ciboure, Golf de Souraïde, Golf d'Arcangues, Golf d'Irun....
Go on a hike through the French or Spanish Basque Country to discover magnificent landscapes.
SURFING in Biarritz voted European capital of surfing.
Surfers have taken up residence on the Basque Coast, the beaches are renowned for their exceptional waves.
THE Landes coast also offers magnificent spots.
From Hossegor to Hendaye you will find your place to practice your favorite sport Surfing, and make the most of it, surf the wave...
And why not take advantage of the Spa at the Hotel du Palais Former imperial residence, the Hotel du Palais and its Spa Guerlain majestically overlook the large beach of Biarritz offering an exceptional setting.
The Sofitel Biarritz le Miramar Thalassa Sea and Spa also offers a wide choice of treatments for both men and women. Thalasso - Spa - Beauty - Health - Sport.
Villages by the sea and Basque gastronomy..
From our 3-star hotel in Biarritz center, you can easily reach the towns and villages that make the Basque Coast famous (Espelette for its peppers, Anhoia, Sarre for its hikes...)
. Thus, we advise you to go to Saint-Jean-de-Luz also known for Louis IV who married there Anglet, Hossegor, Bidart or Hendaye, guethary for its typical small port, its unique sunsets...
Discover the history and the fabulous fine sandy beaches of its towns on the Basque Coast.
Green and blue sometimes merge in a gentle embrace that gives rise to strikingly beautiful estuaries like Urdaibai.
The Euskadi - Basque Country region is home to the most beautiful and wildest urban beaches. Beaches on which a number of queens, painters, surfers and poets have set their sights. We surely have one for you!
If there's one thing you won't forget, it's the flavors. Enjoying grilled turbot, Orio-style sea bream, grilled sardines, squid in ink or a good seafood dish in one of the best restaurants on the Basque coast will transport you to another dimension. It is the perfect alliance between a quality product and know-how in the kitchen or on the coals. Savor these specialties in the restaurants of the Euskadi Gastronomika club!Flexible Link
The lands of the Basque Country
Our establishment is an ideal starting point for exploring the Basque Country and its history. Go inland and discover cities steeped in history, gourmet cuisine and breathtaking monuments. We recommend: Bayonne, Sare, Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, Itxassou, Espelette, Cambo-les-Bains and many others.
Where to eat in Biarritz?
There are many restaurants around our hotel in central Biarritz. Delight your taste buds in the restaurants near us: "Les 3 Salsas" Mexican restaurant (0.7 km), "L'Atelier" gourmet restaurant (1.1 km), "Ahizpak" Basque cuisine (3.3 km ) and many more.
The market halls of Biarritz
At 180 meters, or a two-minute walk, you will be at the halls of the city center. This group of merchants aims to promote the center and introduce you to all those who work there. Meet these artisans and enthusiasts of the Basque Country by visiting their bars, restaurants, shops, workshops, etc.