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Explore interesting sights in Biarritz, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Biarritz, France.List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Biarritz
1. Rocher de la viergeBook Ticket*
The rock of the Virgin is a natural tourist curiosity in the shape of a long ship's hull, overlooked by a statue of the Virgin. It is an emblematic monument of the city of Biarritz in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques. From the top of this rock, you can admire the entire bay of Biarritz, its Grande Plage on one side and on the other, the Basque coast to the Pyrenees.
2. Hôtel du PalaisBook Ticket*
The Hôtel du Palais is a hotel beside the Atlantic beach in the resort town of Biarritz, on the Côte Basque in the French department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques. It was originally built for the Empress Eugénie around 1855 as a summer villa. It was due to the visits of the imperial couple that the village of Biarritz developed into a fashionable resort. In 1880, the villa was sold and converted into a hotel casino. It was devastated by fire in 1903, but was lavishly rebuilt and enlarged within the original walls. For many years the hotel attracted the international elite, including members of the European royalty such as King Edward VII, who paid several extended visits. Although the hotel later fell into disrepair, and closed for a period in the 1950s, it has since been refurbished and is again a luxury hotel. The hotel is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World.
3. Église Sainte-Eugénie
The church of Sainte-Eugénie is located in Biarritz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques. It depends on the parish of Notre-Dame-du-Rocher which it forms jointly with the parish communities of the church of Saint-Joseph, the church of Saint-Charles, the church of Saint-Martin, the chapel of the Holy Spirit of Braou and finally the church of Sainte-Thérèse de Biarritz. The church has been served since 2012 by the community of Saint-Martin, at the request of Mgr Aillet, Bishop of Bayonne.
4. Église Saint-Martin
The Church of Saint-Martin is a Roman Catholic church located in Biarritz, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of France. It is part of the parish of Notre-Dame-du-Rocher jointly with the church of Sainte-Eugénie, the church of Saint-Charles, the church of Saint-Joseph, the chapel of the Holy Spirit of Braou and finally the church of Sainte-Thérèse de Biarritz. The parish depends on the diocese of Bayonne.
5. Château Boulard
Blatter Castle is a private residence, located in Biarritz, Pyrenees-Atlantis Province, New Aquitaine, France, with an altitude of 63 meters. Designed by the architect of the Paris Courts, Joseph Louis Duque, in the eclectic style that prevailed in the last quarter of the 19th century, it today retains all the architectural features and major decorative elements of the original building.
6. Musée de la Mer
Biarritz Aquarium, also known as le Musée de la Mer, is an aquarium in Biarritz. The building, in art deco style, was opened in 1933. It went through the first renovation in 1992 to add an important collection of marine animals. An extension was added between 2009 and 2011 which doubled the visiting area and added more tanks, at the expense of space for birds.
7. Pâtisserie Miremont
The Miremont pastry shop is a building located in the town of Biarritz, at 1 bis place Clemenceau, in the French department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. The shop and the interior decoration are the subject of a registration with the historical monuments by decree of October 1, 2006.
8. Chapelle Impériale
The Royal Chapel of Biarritz is a Catholic religious building built by Emile Boswelwald between 1864 and 1866. It is located in Biarritz, in the French province of Pyr é n é es-Atlantiques, in the region of Neo-Aquitaine, and is the city's only imperial resort relic.
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