OUR ULTIMATE COVID BOOKING GUARANTEE. FIND OUT MORE
From beaches, historical attractions, and outdoor activities, the French town of Biarritz offers something for just about everyone to enjoy during their time there no matter their interests. For those planning to visit Biarritz in a near future, here are 20 of the attractions not to miss out on.
Biarritz’s most visited historical monument, the Rocker de la Vierge is an absolute must-see. A gateway takes visitors to this magnificent rock and the impeccable view over the ocean will leave them speechless.
A very picturesque place, wander in the small streets and take a swim in the small Vieux Port beach.
Another highly-praised attraction by the tourists, the Phare de Biarritz stands 45 meters (147.6 feet) high and offers a privileged look over the city’s beauty.
The most popular beach in town, check out the prestigious buildings nearby such the Hôtel du Palais, the Casino, and the restaurants by the sea as well.
Located in the heart of Biarritz, les Halles is the perfect spot to wander around and to take a culinary tour of the region in one place.
Mostly praised for the nice beaches and the ocean, the region’s mountains and wildlife is often underrated. Pay a visit to the Gorges of Kakuetta in Sainte-Engrâce and be amazed by its incredible waterfalls.
Embark in a beautiful odyssey at the Biarritz Aquarium that will have visitors crossing paths with sharks and traveling from the Gascogne Gulf to the Caribbean Seas.
The museum’s collection dedicated to Asian art has been carefully selected and showcases great pieces from China, Tibet, Nepal, and many other countries.
Looking for a challenge and a way to spend time with friends or family? Try rafting.
Recommended rafting place: Uhina Rafting located 30 minutes away from Biarritz.
The beautiful and numerous golf course across the region are exactly what golfers need to have a great time in a peaceful environment.
Tourists enjoy this blissful walk along the beaches of Bidart and Hendaye while being surrounded by the beautiful wildlife year round.
Perfect spot to take a walk or a quick swim in a calmer area in the city.
Located in the Port-Vieux area, admire this neo-Gothic church built during the reign of Napoleon III.
The Orthodox Church of Biarritz was built in 1892 at a time when Biarritz was an imperial city and had a lot of Russian visitors.
Rent a bike and cycle to this peaceful area located in Anglet.
Don’t be surprised by the extea. They are the traditional houses (usually painted in white and red) of the Basque area.
A very original way to discover the region’s wildlife.
Located a few miles away from Biarritz, take a hike in the mesmerizing Cretes of Iparla.
Another nice way to get to La Rhune, the highest spot of the Basque region, and have a look over the Pyrenees Mountains.
No trip in the Basque region will not be complete without attending at least one of the local ferias (a fair or festival usually held to honor a patron saint) in the area.