Biarritz, the popular surfing destination Biarritz is a popular surfing destination in the south of France. It is located in the Basque country famous for its preserved traditions and culture. Biarritz is filled with plenty of old-fashioned luxury. Enjoy its long beaches, waves and mild weather. Discover the lighthouse, the Russian Orthodox (...)
|From St Jean De Luz||00:11||$14|
Getting around From Biarritz, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
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|To Paris Cdg Airport||07:33||$107|
|To St Raphael||12:10||$145|
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Biarritz, the popular surfing destination
Biarritz is a popular surfing destination in the south of France. It is located in the Basque country famous for its preserved traditions and culture. Biarritz is filled with plenty of old-fashioned luxury. Enjoy its long beaches, waves and mild weather. Discover the lighthouse, the Russian Orthodox Church with its glorious blue dome, the famous promenade, the Casino Barriere with a fine art deco ceiling, the peaceful square Place Sainte-Eugenie, the Museum of the Sea and the fishermen’s Port built by Emperor Napoleon.
Have a walk in the morning and stroll along the Grande Plage and feel the atmosphere of the town. This is a perfect way to start off any day. On the way, you can have a go trying your luck in the waterfront casino. After winning some euros, you can continue to the Rocher de la Vierge.
If you like surfing or want to discover this water sport, the numerous surfing schools, will help you enjoy this fantastic activities in one of the best spots in France. If you prefer a more smooth way to end your day, head to one of the excellent thalasso therapy centres which are found along the coastline of Biarritz.
There are numerous restaurants in Biarritz. Do know that there are two factors, the sea and the proximity to the Basque country, which influence the restaurants in Biarritz. The cuisine from the Basque country is one of the best in France. You can eat from one of the terraces to enjoy the sun set over the ocean.
You will be delighted to find a number of small shops in Biarritz. From specialist cheese shops, grocers to chocolate, confectionery and cake shops, you won’t be lacking in choice.
Biarritz Tourist Office
1, square d’Ixelles, 64200 Biarritz
Tel: +33 (0)5 59 22 37 10
The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Biarritz can be found.
Biarritz railway station(s)
Biarritz Train Station
Address: Allée du Moura 64200 BiarritzOpening hours: Monday to Thursday: 5:30am to 11:30pm
Friday to Sunday : 10am to 12:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Long distance trains (Intercités), Regional trains (TER), Night trains (Lunea)
SNCF rail agents, Tourist Information Point, Photo booth, Toilets, Police station and Phone cabins.
Interactive Rail Map
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- "First train trip" John f. 23/10/2015
I loved riding on the train. It is such a good deal for the money and so comfortable. The only problem I had was that in coming from Bayeux to Paris to get a train to Biarritz I had to change trains and train stations and had only 90 minutes to do this and almost missed my train. It was stressful having to fight to get a taxi when there were not enough of them. Overall, however, I love you train system and will for sure use them again.
- "Great trip" Hylmar e. 13/10/2015
Always nice to travel with TGV
- "Peaceful Passage to Paris" Cheryl b. 13/06/2015
After 3 weeks of travel across Southern France (biking, hiking, and driving), we settled into our TGV seats for a relaxing 5.5 hour ride back to Paris. How pleasant it was to have time to reflect on our travels and rest. We did not find the angle of the headrest comfortable, so we got out the inflatable pillows we use on airline flights and it was fine. We had our own picnic, so I cannot comment on the train food. The coffee was excellent. Next time I am in Paris I will remember how easy it is to get to the beach in Biarritz!
- "SEE FRANCE FROM THE GROUND!" Gerald t. 26/05/2014
Convenient Paris CDG to Biarritz. Great way to see the SW countryside.
- "Could have been better" Dan f. 31/01/2014
First, train from Biarritz to Paris came in 70 minutes late, by the time it reached destination, was already 85 minutes late. Reason given - a person on the rails bear St. Jean de Luz, strange reason for such a huge delay. Second, a suggestion. Would it be so difficult to install wifi all through the train. It would help passengers be more patient with other problems, they would be busy surfing or working. Best, Dan Fainaru
- "Train Lyon to Dijon" . 28/07/2013
Great service; on time and very comfortable.
- "good" . 13/05/2013
it was lovely lovely lovely but need few more people who knows english please good luck