PV Holidays Residence Maeva Victoria Surf

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

21 B. Avenue Edouard VII, Biarritz, Basque Country, 64200, France
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Rated 27% higher but also costs 74% more than other 2 star hotels

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  • Solo100
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Please Help!!

by DaveHolman

Hey I am an Aussie, living in the uk at the moment! but so over the pom
weather! I live on the beach back home and missing the surf so much!
I would loveto get back to the sun and waves! would any one put me up for a couple of nights? and maybe keep any ear out if the is any work for
a 25 year old bar man with 5 years bar training and reseption work!!
it's will be swet to here from some one asap!! as I would love to get
outa here soon!!!!
Thanks to any addvice you can help with dave!!

RE: Please Help!!

by Irishmaggie

I am going to Biarritz on Saturday week with my mother and sister for a lazy week. If I see or hear of anything I'll let you know.

Biarritz is great, going back again this year after a week there last year. Lovely place, great weather.

Travel Tips for Biarritz

Biarritz Airport

by earlcebu

If you are travelling to this region , please be aware especially those who are not white coloured like me that the airport immigration control personnel
can be racist . I've travelled extensively all over Europe and this was my worst experience . I was the only asian on the flight to Biarritz that time and I was prejudge as being terrorist or maybe an illegal immigrant , even though i was holding a valid travel documents. I was on hold for more than 30 minutes before i was allowed to go . On second occassion , on my way back to UK , I was on a check in line full of European and suddenly 2 personnel came to me and asked me to bring all my things inside the room , while i was there , I was interrogated and searched but they found nothing . I was the only non white and the only person searched on that flight . All I can say that the Biarritz Airport employs IGNORANT and RACIST personnel not like in Paris where I never encountered such behaviour.

La légende de Biarritz

by Klod5

A cette époque lointaine, la côte qui devait devenir celle des Basques et de Biarritz était une étendue triste et dépeuplée. Biarritz est un village pauvre qui vit à peine du produit de la pêche ; des dunes couvertes d'herbes sèches et calcinées, longeant un océan souvent furieux qui battait une côte inaccessible et redoutable.

Aussi sur ces falaises glaiseuses vivaient quelques centaines d'hommes et femmes, de race euscarienne, de religion particulière, s'exprimant dans une langue mystérieuse. Dans ce village, vivait une belle jeune fille, Miarritze, qui eut une nuit un rêve étrange : le dieu Yahvé lui apparut et lui promit d'envoyer sur le territoire abandonné l'âme de Martin, son serviteur. Celui ci apparaîtrait sous forme d'un oiseau au plumage coloré qui porterait dans son bec un poisson aux écailles d'or, symbole de la richesse et du bien être qui naîtraientt sur cette côte.

Le discours de la jeune fille réussit à convaincre les habitants qui quelques jours plus tard repérèrent un merveilleux passereau, en fait un Martin-pêcheur. Cet événement, sur les encouragements de Miarritze, poussa les habitants à construire des embarcations pour affronter la mer. Ils se lancèrent dans l'aventure de la pêche, en particulier des baleines qui folâtraient, nombreuses, au large.

Un jour de grande tempête, Miarritze, debout sur la grève, observe les efforts d'une barque de pêcheurs qui tente de gagner la plage, avant de s'échouer. Elle leur vient en aide et les accueille chez elle. Ce sont des marins venus de Gascogne, des Biarrins ou hommes pacifiques mais aguerris, pêcheurs et navigateurs avertis. Elle épousera leur chef. De leur union et de celle des deux noms naîtra la ville.

L'étymologie, elle, ignore la légende et veut que le nom de la ville vienne de Bearrids et Beiarrids, de " beder " ou " voir ", c'est à dire " l'endroit d'où l'on voit ".


by pocopato

Biarritz is an amazing little French town on the bottom of the south-west coast of the country, nearly bordering Spain. It is filled with beaches and surfers which automatically makes it one of my favorite places to be! Biarritz is filled with beautiful sights and beautiful people and is a great summer retreat for many. It has some spectacular coastline and shopping streets and is an amazing place to spend some time relaxing and take in a beautiful sunset!

"Before and after..."

Before going to Biarritz, I hadn't really heard much about it less the fact that there was a beach and it was apparently home to some of Europe's best surfing. After backpacking up north in the rain of the spring, this was enough to put a simle on my face! No matter what the weather was going to be in Biarritz, I was determined to be wearing my flip-flops. Luckily, nothing about Biarritz (including the weather) disappointed! I think overall, Biarritz is one of my most favorite surprise cities. I didn't expect it to be nearly as beautiful as it was and it is one of those towns that has just the right mix of things to do and places to relax.

"More information..."

Biarritz is nice because it can accomodate anyone. From high class hotels to hostels, everything is available and everyone can share the same beaches in then end! Biarritz (and the neighbouring village of Anglet) have some amazing surfing and boards can be rented from a varitey of places along the beach. There are also countless restaurants and bars in which you can take a meal or a drink as a break from your time in the sun! I wouldn't go to Biarritz expecting a lot of museums and culture but relaxation, beaches and beautiful views can certainly be anticipated!!


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Address: 21 B. Avenue Edouard VII, Biarritz, Basque Country, 64200, France