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Direction Bellevue Clémenceau for holidays in Biarritz
We offer you a beautiful getaway in the heart of the most splendid beach towns of the Basque Country. A town also known as Biarritz! All in all, this magnificent town in the south-west of France where time seems to have stood still attracts many holidaymakers thanks to its restful atmosphere and sea air laden with salty sea spray. Are you looking for a holiday destination unlike any other? Feel welcome at the Résidence Bellevue Clémenceau in Biarritz town centre for a wonderful stay in a holiday apartment overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
An ultra-comfortable holiday apartment in Biarritz
All the advantages of the town, very close to the beaches
The superb residences with their Basque architecture, the high palm trees, cafés and their terraces facing the Atlantic Ocean, the bakeries, casino, theatres and finally the seawater municipal swimming pool. There are so many fun things to do in Biarritz town centre! If you like city life and the dynamism that goes with it, staying in Biarritz can be an opportunity for you to get a change of scenery while taking advantage of the activities and many amenities nearby.
Do you like to cook and/or discover new flavours during your holidays? Take a stroll around Les Halles. Situated in the heart of Biarritz town centre, you will find dozens of shops and many products such as: fish, foie gras, poultry, coffee, breads, pastries, delicatessen dishes, charcuterie, wines, pasta, cheeses, tapas, etc. You will even find flowers! To discover all these products, go to rue des Halles between 7.30 am and 2 pm.
If you are subsequently looking for a Basque grocery shop to bring back some culinary specialities to your loved ones, we also have a good place in mind for you. Go to 10 rue des Halles for the Etxe Peio shop and its many local products.
Your premium 3-room holiday rental in Biarritz and its location
The three-bedroom holiday apartment that we make available is located in the centre of Biarritz near the Passage Clémenceau and a stone’s throw from the famous Place Bellevue square. This magnificent square overlooks the Great Beach and is the ideal place to admire the Atlantic Ocean, the lighthouse and the gigantic sculpture by the artist Jorge Oteiza, while drinking a hot coffee from the comfort of the terrace.
A green break during your stay in the south-west of France
Do you like landscaped areas and wooded parks? To start off, take a few moments to go and admire the town’s pretty public garden. You will most likely be able to find a bench for reading in the shade of the trees. If you are looking for a children’s playground, then the Mazon Park will make you and the whole family happy thanks to two play areas measuring 380 m² and 1000 m².
Biarritz, its beaches, waves and passion for surfing
Whether you are a surfing enthusiast or a beginner surfer, you will always find the place, the school or the shop that suits you to discover and rediscover your passion for surfing. On the beach side, we recommend the Côte des Basques Beach which has been voted the most beautiful beach in France. Nice, isn’t it? Don’t hesitate to take some photos of the waves and the famous Villa Belza before jumping into the water!
Biarritz: tourist places, visits and cultural heritage
In Biarritz, there is a lot to discover and visit. If your stay is short, you will surely have to choose! So here are a few ideas that should help you get your day off to a good start.
Does the ‘Port des Pêcheurs’ (Fishermen’s Port) mean anything to you? This is one of the two ports in Biarritz, not to be confused with the Old Port. As you wander through it, you will be able to admire authentic fishermen’s huts with colourful shutters, old boats and numerous fishing tools piled up here and there. After that and if you are feeling peckish, you can enjoy good fish and shellfish dishes in one of the local restaurants. Speaking of fish, why don’t you then go and visit the splendid Biarritz Aquarium? This would be an opportunity to discover the local fauna and also to get closer to the Atalaye plateau and its magnificent viewpoint.