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Your holiday rental in Biarritz, surfer's paradise

Nestled in the Bay of Biscay, Biarritz is a coastal retreat made famous by Napoleon III and Eugénie. As the summer residence of the imperial court was built here, the crème de la crème of art and aristocracy flocked to Biarritz in the Belle Époque. Now known as the “French California”, Biarritz is popular for its slow living, with water sports and local cuisine ranking high on the list of must-dos. Whether you’re drawn in by the yearly Les Casetas event – where restaurants and bodegas showcase their talents – want to enjoy the breezy promenade and sumptuous spas, or prefer the thrill of helicopter rides and world-class surfing, this seaside holiday destination has plenty of excitement in store for all ages and tastes. Book a holiday rental in the Prestige Residence Les Villas Milady to experience the glitz and glamour that make this resort a popular, upmarket destination for holidays in France. More information
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Things to do in Biarritz

There’s more to Biarritz than grand casinos and imperial palaces. If you tire of the shopping on Avenue Edouard VII and the lively club scenes on Rue Gambetta, you can enjoy panoramic views of the bay at the Rocher de la Vierge outcrop and the Phare (lighthouse). Admire the stunning statues and temple artwork at the Musée d'Art Asiatica, meet the local sealife at the Biarritz Aquarium or enjoy an immersive 5D surfing experience at the City Ocean museum. A sight for sore eyes, Villa Beltza serves as your gateway to the Côte des Basques where beach lovers and sand artists come together at low tide. Surf at Plage Marbella, sunbathe on La Grande Plage beach or swim in the clear and child-friendly waters of Port-Vieux. Those booking holiday rentals in Biarritz in the Prestige Residence Les Villas Milady should definitely bring their appetite, because there’s always an outstanding choice of fresh produce in the busy market in Les Halles and places to eat on every street corner.

Biarritz cuisine: from classic to contemporary

Having been a high society destination since the late 19th century, Biarritz has built up a wonderful reputation for fine dining. Monkfish, shrimp, veal medallion, marinated mussels, oysters, foie gras and scallops with truffles are just some of the delicacies you’ll find in the myriad of restaurants that are scattered across the city. But equally impressive are traditional dishes like the Chaudrée Saintongeaise (fish stew) or Basque hors d'oeuvres served with pinchos (toasts with varied toppings). Desserts leave nothing to be desired, with mouthwatering macarons and nutty Basque cakes drizzled in chocolate produced here to centuries-old recipes. Invented in the First World War, Le Beret Basque is a mousse cake with a biscuit crust glazed with chocolate that is produced by the Miremont Patisserie to this day.
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