How nice would it be to bring back some of the food enjoyed while on holiday so loved ones can enjoy the amazing and various products from the region as well? Make sure to buy some Bayonne ham, espelette pepper, and some Ossau-Iraty cheese (sheep’s cheese).
If friends and family back home are more into sweets, stop by La Maison Adam and buy delicious macarons and chocolate that will certainly delight their taste buds.
Those who go to San Sebastian during their holiday, pick up some txakoli (pronounce cha-co-li), the local wine (check to make sure the mode of transportation back home allows this first).
Another way to revive food experience from Biarritz is to purchase some original-food utensils from Assiettes & Compagnie.
La Maison Adam, 27 Place Georges Clemenceau, 64200 Biarritz, France, +33 5 59 24 21 68
Assiettes et Compagnie, 15 Avenue Serrano, 64200 Biarritz, +33 5 47 64 01 41
There is a long tradition of weaving in Biarritz and in the Basque region. The craftsmen of this savoir faire are notorious for their passion and excellence. Purchase some Basque linen whose colorful colorful designs will serve as a reminder of the city’s warm and joyful atmosphere. Original designs can be found at the family-owned shop Lartigue 1910 or at the Jean Vier.
Lartigue 1910, 8 Avenue Edouard VII, 64200 Biarritz, France, +33 5 59 23 83 02
Jean Vier, 25 Rue Mazagran, 64200 Biarritz, France, +33(0) 5 59 54 56 70
What about bringing some espadrilles back home and starting a new trend? Originally worn by locals as an all-around shoe, it has become a highly-fashionable accessory in France and beyond over the years. Art Of Soule is a store where shoppers can find a pair that will match their style.
Also visit Kikiritz Biarritz for a lot of original-vintage clothes and cool accessories.
Art Of Soule, 28 Rue Gambetta, 64200 Biarritz, France, +33 6 87 11 76 07
Kikiritz Biarritz, 8 Rue Lahontine, 64200 Biarritz, France, +33 6 19 73 25 52