A five-day extravaganza of food, drink, dance and fireworks.
During Easter week, the town hosts a Ham Fair, honouring jambon de Bayonne, the acclaimed local ham. This fair has taken place annually since 1462!
The Tuna Festival, on the second weekend in July, fills the streets with brass bands, Basque music and dancing, while stalls sell sizzling tuna steaks.
The Night of the Sardine – a night of music, folklore and dancing – is held twice each summer, on a Saturday in early July and in August.
Bonfires, music and dancing take place on the weekend nearest 24 June in celebration of St John the Baptist.
Master chocolatiers reveal the secrets of chocolate making (with tastings).
A weekend of boat races.
Every Thursday in July and August, there’s traditional Basque music in place Charles de Gaulle.
As its name implies, this is Biarritz' largest music festival, attracting big mainstream acts.
Folk dancers from across the Spanish and French Basque Country meet in early June.