Le Clos Basque
Arty Art Deco
From art deco mansions to Russian Orthodox churches and 1970s tower-block disasters, Biarritz has a fantastic potpourri of architectural...
Planète Musée du Chocolat
Delve into this real-life Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for an indulgent exploration through the world of chocolate, from its...
Constructed in 1928, Biarritz' landmark casino has 200-plus fruit machines that whirr and chink until the wee hours.
It might be a cliché but nothing really beats plonking yourself down on the beachfront terrace here and watching the waves roll in while...
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Lonely Planet review
With its tiles and exposed stonework hung with abstract art, this tiny place could have strayed in from Spain. The cuisine, however, is emphatically Basque, traditional with a contemporary twist or two, such as sirloin with green mustard, or stuffed eggplant with saffron. Reserve ahead to secure a terrace table.