24 Hours In Biarritz, France

Hey, hey, hey!

The travel diaries continue this week with a very short, but sweet, post about Biarritz France. Biarritz is an elegant seaside town on southwestern France’s Basque coast and it is also a major surfing destination, with beautiful beaches and many surf schools.

Biarritz is like the hidden gem of France, and today I’m gonna share it with you. 

My trip to Biarritz was a short one, but it was lovely. It was a very relaxing trip and I got to explore a new part of France.

My favorite thing to do was walking around the town. It’s full of beautiful surf shops and amazing bakeries. The whole vibe of the town is very relaxed and calm. I particularly enjoyed the fact that there were more local tourists, which made walking around a lot easier.

The beach is also another must, even if you don’t want to get in. Walking along the shore and taking in the beautiful view is really nice. The weather was also amazing for walking. Not too hot, not to cold. Mind you, I went in August so that might change depending on the season.

Food! Every single thing I ate in Biarritz was amazing. The food is very local and fresh and it is definitely an upgrade from regular beach food. Their pastries were also out of this world but hey, French pastries usually are. All in all, food in Biarritz did not disappoint. Btw, I’m sorry for the lack of food pics but I always ate everything before remembering to do so

If you’re looking for a place to enjoy your next vacation, don’t look any further. Biarritz is the perfect destination for adventure and relaxation at the same time. And it’s calling your name.

Have you guys ever been to Biarritz?

Thank you so much for reading!

Lots of love,

Isa ❤

 

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