Hotel Atalaye

Plateau de l'Atalaye, Biarritz, Basque Country, 64200, France
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what to do - where to eat - what not to miss

by lindseyr

We are visiting Biarritz for four days at the end March beginning April. I will have two days (daytime) when hubby will be working and was hoping someone could give me some tips about where to go and what to see (are there any good markets etc that I can do on my own without hubby hanging around waiting) - also for the extra days when it will be both of us wanting to see all the things that should not be missed. Have heard Bayonne is also lovely so anything on there too would be great.

Also any advice on eating out? like most these days we are on a fairly tight budget but also like to eat where locals eat and not in the real touristy expensive areas.

Thanks very much

Re: what to do - where to eat - what not to miss

by local_guide

If you go to my website at, you will find information and links for the area. It's where we have our holiday home. Hope you find it useful. I know what it can be like, having been for many years, the other half who has to wait about.

You may enjoy the area more if you can use a car to drive around yourself.

I hope you will enjoy your stay in this lovely area.

Re: what to do - where to eat - what not to miss

by local_guide

Oh just another thing - if you want to avoid expense, don't have coffee or tea in a Salon de The as they charge more. There is one, however, at the bottom of the Casino looking onto the beach which is worth the extra for the view. The bar in the hotel opposite Barclays Bank next to the Casino is expensive for coffee also.

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by Klod5

Par la richesse de sa collection et la qualité des oeuvres d'art uniques qu'il présente, ASIATICA se positionne parmi les 5 principaux musées européens d'art oriental.

Installée en plein centre ville de Biarritz, la collection du musée comprend plus de mille oeuvres d'art, de la Préhistoire à nos jours, représentatives des régions de l'Inde, du Népal, du Tibet, et de la Chine.

La collection est unique dans certains domaines, comme les bronzes folkloriques, les Mohra (visages de divinités ressemblant à des masques) de l'Himachal Pradesh, les rumals et les bijoux. Sans oublier les magnifiques Thangka (peintures tibétaines sur toile de soie) dont la collection du Musée Asiatica est l'une des plus belles et des plus complètes au monde.

Le Musée met également à la disposition de ses visiteurs, en entrée libre, des expositions temporaires fréquement renouvelées, toujours sur le thème de l'Asie.

L'équipe pédagogique propose diverses activités pour les enfants tout au long de l'année : confection de masques, de bijoux, jeux de pistes,ateliers d'écriture...

By the wealth of its collection and the unique work of art quality that it presents, ASIATICA positions itself among the 5 main European museums of oriental art.

Installed in full center city of Biarritz, the collection of the museum consists of more one thousand works of art, of the Prehistory on our days, representative of the regions of India, Nepal, Tibet, and China.

The collection is unique in some domains, as the folk bronzes, the Mohras (faces of divinities looking like masks) of the Pradesh Himachal, the rumals and the jewelries. Without forgetting the magnificent Thangkas (Tibetan paintings on canvas of silk) of which the collection of the Museum Asiatica is one of the most beautiful and the most complete to the world.

The Museum also puts at the disposal of his/her/its visitors, in free entry, of the exhibitions renewed temporary frequently, always on the theme of Asia.

Charming by the Sea

by magictravelers

"Charming City, charming people"

In Biaritz we only had contact with a few store owners and employees, when we got out to buy some Traditional food to bring back as mementos for our family.
But we had such a good impression of this city and the people, we wished we could go back on a warmer season and with more time.


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 Hotel Atalaye

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Atalaye Hotel Biarritz

Address: Plateau de l'Atalaye, Biarritz, Basque Country, 64200, France