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Biarritz has been a coastal resort for centuries and it’s easy to see why it appeals. Elegant villas line the coastline and it hums with visitors in the summer months, including a growing surf crowd drawn to the big Atlantic swells.
The high summer season can be busy and expensive so visit in early autumn when accommodation prices drop. It’s usually still warm enough for a dip in the sea and room rates can be less than half that in August. Late spring before the high season kicks in is another more affordable time to visit. And while winter is cheaper still, it does rain a fair bit at this time.
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There are multiple affordable flights to Biarritz from a choice of UK airports, including:
Biarritz Pays Basque Airport is the main air hub serving the city. It is located just three miles outside the city centre and serves around 1.2 million passengers a year. The airport is served by three bus routes, the C, 14 and 48 with long distance buses to Spain also available. There is also a taxi rank outside the terminal building. Toulouse and Bordeaux airports are also within driving range of Biarritz.
Several airlines run regular services from the UK to Biarritz. These include:
The main city centre area of Biarritz is pedestrianised, making it very easy to get around on foot. Most of the main beach areas and shopping destinations are within walking distance although it can be quite hilly. There is also an excellent bus network called Chronoplus with flat €1 journeys around the city. Multiple journey and day tickets are also available.
The Grande Plage really lives up to its name and is the place to be seen in the summer months. It can get very busy in high season but you can hire an iconic striped beach tent and two chairs for that little extra slice of comfort.
The Musee de la Mer is housed in a stunning art deco style building near the port and teems with underwater life in large aquariums. Visit in the evening when it’s quiet and you might even get the place to yourself.
Biarritz is one hour ahead of the UK and uses the euro.
UK citizens do not need a visa to visit France.
Luton is a far better airport than Stansted
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