France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Transport for Biarritz, France
 

 

 

   

 

Biarritz, 206 km (128 miles) south of Bordeaux, 783 km (487 miles) southwest of Paris (map), is reachable by air, rail and road.

Biarritz's Aéroport Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne is small and easy to negotiate, serving domestic French flights and charter flights from the UK. There's a small Office de Tourisme booth at the airport.

La Gare de Biarritz La Négresse SNCF, the main train station, is 3.2 km (2 miles) south of the city center, the main Office de Tourisme and the Grande Plage. There's a small Office de Tourisme booth in the station.

A daily direct TGV train can speed you between Biarritz and Paris in slightly over 5 hours. Other TGVs get you there in 6 to 7 hours, with a change of trains at Bordeaux, Bayonne or Dax.

Regional TER trains connect Biarritz with Bayonne and the Spanish border at Hendaye/Irun via St-Jean-de-Luz.

City Bus A1 (1€) will take you from La Négresse station to the city center at the Hotel de Ville, with the Office de Tourisme nearby.

Biarritz is hilly, which can make walking long distances tiring, though if you have no mobility challenges you'll want to walk to most places, including to the beaches.


Hotels in Biarritz

Restaurants in Biarritz

What to See & Do

Tourist Information

About Biarritz

Basque Country

Bordeaux

Bayonne

St-Jean-de-Luz

 

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Gare La Négresse SNCF, Biarritz, France

La Gare de Biarritz La Négresse
SNCF, Biarritz, France.

     
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