Premiere Classe Biarritz

Boulevard Marcel Dassault, Biarritz, 64200, France
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Where to rest in the Atlantic Coast?

by PALLINA

Hi, in July I am travelling 2 weeks from Grenoble to Dordogne, Bordeaux, Biarritz and Hyries (not only of course). Could you suggest me a nice seaside location in the Atlantic Coast if I want to avoid Biarritz' and Bayonne's summer caos? Moreover, we are going to overnight in bed and breakfast; has anyone some good addresses?

Re: Where to rest in the Atlantic Coast?

by nada1712

I find Alister Sawdays bed and breakfast places excellent. They are all over Europe and always are nice to stay. www.sawdays.co.uk. We use them all the time when travelling and we have never had bad one yet.

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La Côte des Basques

by Klod5

L'actuelle Côte des Basques était la plage des Basques après s'être appelée Côte Pernauton.
Elle doit son nom à la tradition qui voulait que chaque dimanche suivant l'Assomption, ou le deuxième dimanche de septembre, Biarritz se voyait envahie de joyeuses bandes de Labourdins et Bas-Navarrais qui s'en allaient se baigner sur cette plage…
Si les Basques étaient plusieurs milliers en septembre 1858, que dire de la foule de 1928 ? Plus de 200 voitures de luxe venaient se ranger sur la promenade à l'heure des bains. Les chauffeurs en grande livrée attendaient devant les Rolls, Bugatti, etc. En 1910, Edouard VII faisait chaque matin sa promenade à pied de la Grande Plage à la Côte des Basques.
En 1926, les joueurs de polo venaient s'y entraîner.
En 1957, un scénariste américain Peter Viertel surfe la première vague sur une longue planche venue de Californie. Pour les quelques amoureux de la mer qui le regardent ébahis, c'est le début d'une fantastique épopée : le premier spot européen était né.
Pour arriver à la Côte des Basques, descendez par les lacets qui serpentent au milieu des tamaris. Profitez des nombreux bancs pour vous reposer et regarder la mer.
Le boulevard se termine par une impasse avant la future liaison piétonne avec les plages de Marbella et de la Milady. Entre, d'importants travaux sont en cours pour drainer les falaises qui s'écroulaient sous l'action de l'érosion et des eaux d'infiltration.
A marée haute, le bain est impossible, le sable sec est entièrement recouvert.

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Ecole de surf Jo Moraïz Tél : 05 59 24 22 09/22 16 28 The present Coast of the Basques was the beach of the Basques after having been called Coast Pernauton.
She/it owes its name to the tradition that wanted that every Sunday according to the Assumption, or the second Sunday of September, Biarritz saw itself overgrown of happy strips of Labourdins and Low Navarrais that left to bathe on this beach…
If the Basques were several thousand in September 1858, that to say the crowd of 1928? More of 200 cars of luxury came to arrange themselves on the walk at the hour of the baths. The drivers in big livery waited etc. before the Rollses, Bugatti, In 1910, Edouard VII made every morning his walk of the Big Beach in the Coast of the Basques.
In 1926, the players of polo came to drag itself of it.
In 1957, an American script writer Peter Viertel surfs the first wanders on a long board come from California. For the some in love with the sea that looks at it amazed, it is the beginning of a fantastic epic : the first European spotlight was born.
To arrive to the Coast of the Basques, descend by the laces that snake in the middle of the tamarisks. Take advantage of the numerous benches to rest you and to look at the sea.
The boulevard ends by a dead end before the future link pedestrian with the beaches of Marbella and the Milady. Between, important works are in progress to drain the cliffs that collapsed under the action of the erosion and the waters of infiltration.
To high tide, the bath is impossible, the dry sand is covered entirely.

Le Rocher du Vierge - Walkway out into the sea

by iNorv9

Just south of le Grand Plage, take the elevated walkway to the Rocher du Vierge. Its name is owed to the white virgin statue adorning the rock. From here you'll find a great view of Biarritz, and plenty of salty sea air.

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Address: Boulevard Marcel Dassault, Biarritz, 64200, France