Novotel Bordeaux Le Lac

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Avenue Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Quartier Du Lac, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33300, France
Novotel Bordeaux Le Lac
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Bordeaux to Biarritz

by stevefrancyclancy

have booked a flight into bordeaux and flying out of biarritz 7 days later,
planning to spend 2-3 days in Bordeaux including a vinyard tour, and last 2-3 days in Biarritz chilling on beach with maybe a surf lesson included.

Travelling public transport, would people recommend fitting in one more town to stop off for a day between the 2 points or spending max time in each spot?
if stopping, any recommendations of stop off points en route?

also any idea how long train between biarritz and bordeaux takes?


Re: Bordeaux to Biarritz

by pfsmalo

Hi Steve,
The train can take anything between 2 and 4 hours depending on the train. I took the 19th August as a test date and the fastest is at 13h22 and takes 1h57 mins. Taking the bus I presume it would take the old N10 and there's not a lot on that road apart from Bayonne which is worth a visit. If there is transport, then the Bassin d'Arcachon and also Biscarosse are worth a day.

Re: Bordeaux to Biarritz

by cubsur

You don't say when you are going to be in the area but be advised that even in July and August there is very little in the way of public transport to the beach/surf resorts. After 31st August it is non-existent.

The railway line runs inland most of the way although there is a branch line to Arcachon (not surfy at all) and it isn't until much further south that the line even gets anywhere near the coast. Then there are few if any buses to take you to the seaside.

Biarritz is as good a place as any to spend your time, you won't get much from a one night stop anywhere else, which in August is well nigh impossible anyway.

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

St.-Michel's Belfry & Freestanding Others

by hquittner

The belfry of the Church of St.-Michel was erected at the end of a church complex at the end of the 15C. The intervening church buildings were destroyed during the Revolution. This is what also befell buildings at the Cathedral leaving the Tour Pey-Berland isolated. This is why there are many free standing belfries like this in France (We have seen another in Auxerre). This tower has a hexagonal base with a 12 sided spire. It is 114 meters tall and is the tallest steeple in the South of France, and of course the tallest spire in town.


by bugulma

Murzik, or Mr Murzik, is a wild cat who sometimes visits Lionel house. The first visit of Murzik was bound up with nice smell of barbecue. Lionel told that Murzik was invited and it seems he liked it because in his next visit Mr Murzik caught mouse and brought it to the house :-). When I was a guest of Lionel, Murzik came but he was afraid to come cause of unknown me. He ate and disappeared straight away.

Place Gambetta

by Mique

Apparently this square is known for its great facades from the late 18th and early 19th century. Maybe i was just tired, maybe i had seen enough buildings but the lights struck me much more. In the middle of place Gambette is a very small park. And all the trees had lights.

Hopital Saint Andre

by Mique

Although quite an impressive building i was glad i was so bold to skip inside. The Garden of this place looks so nice. I didn't dare going any further. I guess one could be in a worse place then this if you do need to be hospiltalised

St. Pierre

by black_mimi99

It is no coincidence that the Church of Saint Pierre is in the heart of Old Bordeaux, on the very site of the original Gallo-Roman port. Bordeaux, a port before being a city, paid tribute to the patron saint port of those that lived from the river, who were the majority of the city's population.


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Address: Avenue Jean-Gabriel Domergue, Quartier Du Lac, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33300, France