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Biarritz: Private Guided Walking Tour

1. Biarritz: Private Guided Walking Tour

Meet your guide in central Biarritz and head off on a 2-hour walking tour to explore the landmarks and attractions of Biarritz. See the legendary Hotel du Palais, the elegant Art-Deco Casino Municipal, and the famous Grande Plage, as your guide entertains you with stories about the city’s past. Take in the stunning coastline as you hear about famous Belle Époque buildings, such as the Casino Bellevue, the Hôtel d'Angleterre, and the Sainte Eugénie Church – all superb examples of Neo-Gothic architecture. Visit the vibrant Port des Pecheurs and Rocher de la Vierge, and admire panoramic views of the Basque coastline. Finish the tour in the Port Vieux, dating back to the Middle Ages.

From Bilbao: San Sebastian and Biarritz Full Day Tour

2. From Bilbao: San Sebastian and Biarritz Full Day Tour

Delight in the renowned beaches of Biarritz, meander through the narrow streets of Saint Jean De Luz, taste local cuisine at the fishing village of Hondarribia, and marvel at the architectural beauty of San Sebastian on this full day tour from Bilbao. Follow the highway towards the east, through stunning natural landscapes, to arrive at Biarritz. Known as the Beach of Kings, it was a magnet for famous and royalty such as Napoleon III, Gary Cooper, and Frank Sinatra, and is still nowadays a very important tourist destination. Stroll through the old port, the Virgin on the Rock, and the scenic streets of this sea-side village. Next, following the panoramic coastal road views, you will continue onto Saint Jean De Luz, a lovely small village located on the French Basque coast. The house of Louis XIV, the Church of Saint Jean Baptist, and charming narrow streets are tourist highlights. Onwards to the next stop, Hondarribia, a village full of history that holds a medieval fortress and the remnants of an area that in the past was a pirate and whaler port. There will be free time for lunch and your guide will suggest a selection of recommended local restaurants.  Continue the last leg of journey to San Sebastian, the most beautiful city in the Basque Country. Enjoy the magnificent views of the mountain Igeldo as you are led on a walking tour into the old historical quarter. Afterwards, take advantage of free time to explore the city at your leisure before returning back to Bilbao in the evening.

Biarritz: 2-Hour Private Guided Walking Tour

3. Biarritz: 2-Hour Private Guided Walking Tour

Explore Biarritz with a local expert guide on a 2-hour private guided walking tour. Immerse yourself in the city's rich architectural and cultural heritage and learn all about its multicultural history. Let your private guide show you the main sights of the city, including the legendary Hôtel du Palais, where you can admire its magnificent outdoor architecture, the elegant Art Deco-style municipal casino, and the famous Grande Plage. Throughout your tour, your guide will bring the city's history to life before your eyes as they recount tales of its construction and evolution through the centuries.

Bayonne: Private Walking Tour

4. Bayonne: Private Walking Tour

Meet your guide by Place de la Liberté in central Bayonne, where you will enjoy a beautiful view of the Nive and Adour rivers and learn why the Romans built a military camp here in the fourth century. Then you will set off on your 2-hour walking tour. Immerse yourself in the history of the feudal fortress of Bayonne, Chateau Vieux, the Bayonne Cathedral Unesco World Heritage site, and the medieval heart of Bayonne, Place Pasteur. Along the way, your guide will point out examples of beautiful traditional half-timbered architecture and regale you with stories about life in medieval Bayonne. You will visit the defensive system of Bayonne, including hidden remains of the Roman wall and the charming Petit Bayonne quarter, where Basque identity is always present. Then walk to the Chateau Neuf and the Saint-Andre church, before returning to Grand Bayonne. During the tour, you will discover why Bayonne became the capital of chocolate, and walk by the hundred-year-old chocolate shops on the famous Rue du Port Neuf.

Saint Jean de Luz: Private Walking Tour

5. Saint Jean de Luz: Private Walking Tour

Meet your guide at the Quiosque of the main square of Saint Jean de Luz (Place Louis XIV). Then set off on your tour to explore the beauty and the secrets of the most famous attractions of this beautiful and picturesque town. You will start by discovering the charming fisherman's port of Saint Jean de Luz. From there you will be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Pyrenees. You continue with a visit to some of the most famous ship-owner palaces of the city, like the "Maison Louis XIV", a XVII Century palace that hosted the 'Sun King' during his wedding celebrations, and the "Maison de l'Infante", a Venetian style palace used by the Spanish Infanta, "Maria Teresa". You will then head to Saint Jean de Luz's Bay, with its immaculate sandy beach and the Belle Époque architecture from the time when the town was a holiday resort for the European aristocracy. You end the tour by walking along the bustling street of "Rue Gambetta", where you will learn about local gastronomy. You also visit the beautiful Saint John the Baptist Church, where your guide will tell you the fascinating story of the Sun King's wedding and the secrets of Basque religious traditions. At the end of the tour, your guide will be glad to dedicate some time to answer your questions, give you directions and restaurant recommendations, and make sure you know where to buy the local delicacy: the famous "macarons", so you can continue a memorable visit on your own.

Bayonne: Biarritz Private Guided City Tour

6. Bayonne: Biarritz Private Guided City Tour

Meet your guide by Place de la Liberté in central Bayonne and start with a beautiful panoramic view of the confluence of the Nive and Adour rivers. Then set off on your 2-hour walking tour of the city, where you will immerse yourself in the history of the medieval hearth of Bayonne. Visit the defensive system of the fortress city, including hidden parts of the Roman ramparts, its feudal fortress: "Le Chateau Vieux", and the stunning Bayonne Cathedral (Unesco World Heritage site). Your guide will point out examples of beautiful traditional half-timbered architecture and regale you with stories about past and present life at Bayonne. You will discover why Bayonne became the French capital of ham & chocolate. After the walking tour of Bayonne you will jump on the local zero emission tram-bus to get to Biarritz. During a 25 minutes ride you will learn about the current life of the BAB (Bayonne-Anglet-Biarritz) urban area. Once in Biarritz you will start with a short visit of the market (les Halles), and then you will have free time (1 to 2 hours depending on your preferences) to taste the local delicacies on your own. After a great lunch you will meet back your guide at the market and set off on a 1h30/2h walking tour of Biarritz: "queen of beaches and beach of kings". See the legendary Hotel du Palais, the elegant Art-Deco Casino Municipal, and the glamourous Grande Plage, as your guide entertains you with stories about the city’s glorious past and vibrant present. Take in the stunning coastline as you admire gorgeous Belle Époque and art deco buildings. Explore the charming "Port des Pecheurs" and the "Rocher de la Vierge", and marvel at the panoramic views of the Basque coastline. After the walking tour you will take the tram-bus back to Bayonne with your guide to end a fascinating journey.

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What people are saying about Biarritz

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 12 reviews

Juan Carlos, with friendliness and a culture far exceeding the planned visit, really thrilled us (a couple + a teenager): very friendly, dynamic, trying to put us at ease, answering all of our questions, full of his visit of anecdotes on Basque history, architecture, economy, gastronomy, traditions and customs... in short, two fascinating hours around a city that is just as exciting!

Really good trip , it's a great high lights tour of the region . Well organised , great guide. Comfortable bus . Very pleasant day . Would recommend

Our guide, Isabelle, was very interesting and knowledgeable. A very good experience.

Very good trip, in time, comfortable bus, nice places, informative. Very nice guide.

Excellent visit with Ruan Carlos who made us discover a city full of charm.