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They all used to come here – from Napoleon III to Frank Sinatra. Biarritz used to be the Monte Carlo of the Atlantic coast. The glamour has faded, but thanks to windsurfing and other water sports, the city has rejuvenated. It is now the perfect destination for a relaxing weekend break, complete with some of the best food around. There is no need to rush in Biarritz. The city is fairly small, and you can easily see everything there is to see even during a short visit. One thing worth setting aside time for is the morning market in Les Halles. Try the city’s own mamia, fresh curd sheep’s milk.
Stockholm Arlanda - Biarritz
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Hôtel du Palais

This is one of the grand hotels in the world. Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III, created it at the end of the 19th century and it still towers over the northern end of Grand Plage. A visit is well worth the time, in fact, it is almost a must see – the interiors and the atmosphere are reminiscent of a bygone era.

1 Avenue de l’Impératrice, Biarritz
Plateau de l’Atalaye

The views of the Atlantic waves crashing over the cliffs below are dramatic. This is where the whale watchers would have been on the lookout. A statue of the Virgin Mary, raised in 1865, perches on one of the cliffs. Nearby is the quaint Place Ste-Eugénie square and the old fishing port Port des Pêcheurs.

Place Ste-Eugénie square, Biarritz

The airport in Biarritz is located only a few miles from the city. It also serves nearby Anglet and Bayonne. The airport coach as well as several buses get you in to the city as well as the train. Train: From the Airport, you can get to Biarritz-La Négresse train station by using Chronoplus line C. The journey takes about 10 minutes. Bus: To travel to Biarritz, Anglet and Bayonne, you can use the Chronoplus urban transport network, the local bus service. Bus Line nr 14 runs between the Airport and Biarritz centre. It operates Monday to Sunday. For more information, please check the following website: www.chronoplus.eu Regional Bus Service: The ATCRB runs a regular bus route starting from the airport, to Hendaye, stopping at Biarritz-La Négresse train station and then in the towns of Bidart, Guéthary, St-Jean-de-Luz and finally Hendaye. For more information, please check the website: www.transports64.fr There are also several car rentals such as Avis, Hertz, Europcar at the airport. Taxis are available outside the terminal building. You can also arrange a taxi pick up in advance.

7 Espl. de l'Europe, Anglet
Public Transport

The STAB operates Biarritz’s local transport system. Tickets are valid for one hour. The Chronoplus bus network operates in Biarritz Anglet and Bayonne. Tickets for one journey can be bought on the bus. There are also traveller’s passes: 10-journey ticket, a seven-day pass or a 24-hour pass. These can be bought at tobacco stores. There is also the Spanish bus company PESA that runs two times a day to Bilbao and San Sebastian in Spain. This bus departs just outside Biarritz Tourist Office.