How to get there
Biarritz lies on the Bay of Biscay, on the Atlantic coast, in southwestern France. It is adjacent to Bayonne and Anglet and the city is 18 km from the border with Spain.
|The Airport of Biarritz is located at 3 km from the town centre. There are direct flights from:|
|Brussels||2 Flights a week with Ryanair|
|Rotterdam||3 Flights a week with Transavia|
|2 Flights a week with Darwin Airline|
|Stockholm||2 Flights a week with Ryanair|
|4 Flights per week with Ryanair|
|London Stansted||Daily flights with Ryanair|
|Lyon||Daily flights with Air France|
|Nice||One flight a week with Air France|
|Daily flights with Air France|
|Manchester||2 Flights a week with EasyJet|
|Marseille||3 Flights a week with Air France|
|The Airport of Pau is located at 125 km from Biarritz. There are direct flights from:|
The Airport of San Sebastian is located at 35 km from Biarritz. There are direct flights from:
Biarritz is about 7 and half hours from Paris, at about 775 km. Biarritz is easily accessed via the D911 road, off the N10. These routes are close to the A63 - a road connecting Belin-Béliet to Bayonne to the border of Spain.
|Paris||A10, N10, A63 (E05)|
|Lyon||A7, A9, A61, N117, A64 (E15-E80)|
|Marseille||A54, A9, A61, N117, A64 (E15-E80)|
|Madrid||N1, A1 (E70)|
The train station of Biarritz is 3km from the city centre.
The TGV from Paris to Biarritz train station takes about 5 hours. The train departs several times a day and there is also a night train service. Prices are between € 55 and €70 for the TGV full-fare, for the night train the price starts at €15 one way. For more information on the trains to Biarritz you can visit the SNCF website.