Parc des Sports d'Aguiléra
Built in 1864 on the instructions of Empress Eugénie, this glitzy church mixes Byzantine and Moorish styles, and the pizza in front has...
Musée d'Art Oriental Asiatica
Out on the edge of town is this unexpected treasure trove of ancient Indian, Chinese and Tibetan statues, monuments and temple artwork....
Église Alexandre Newsky
The Église Alexandre Newsky is a Russian Orthodox church built by and for the Russian aristocrats who frequented Biarritz until the...
Restaurant le Pim'pi
A small and resolutely old-fashioned place unfazed by all the razzamatazz around it. The daily specials are chalked up on a blackboard –...
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Parc des Sports d'Aguiléra information
Regular professional pelota matches (admission €10 to €20) are held at 9pm at this sports complex, 2km east of central Biarritz, between mid-June and mid-September.