A little way north of the Grande Plage, on the way to the lighthouse, plage Miramar is packed on summer days.
Église Alexandre Newsky
The Église Alexandre Newsky is a Russian Orthodox church built by and for the Russian aristocrats who frequented Biarritz until the...
Hôtel du Palais
Dominating the northern end of the Grande Plage is the massive 19th-century Hôtel du Palais, built for Empress Eugénie and now a luxury...
Le Clos Basque
One of Biarritz' more traditional tables, with a sweet front patio sheltered by climbing plants and an awning. The menu is proudly...
11 rue Louison-Bobet · interesting places nearby
Thalassa Biarritz information
One of the three Thalassotherapy (literally, 'sea healing') centres in Biarritz. Thalassotherapy is when people allow themselves to be squirted with high pressure hoses, pummelled and massaged, and smeared in mud and seaweed – and come away smiling. It's big business in France.