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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 80 130 560 900 12
Apartment 1 140 250 850 1750 12
Holiday Home 2 100 250 580 1800


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Animals Allowed


  • Biarritz: Located just 6 kilometers away, Biarritz is a popular seaside resort town known for its beautiful beaches, elegant architecture, and vibrant nightlife. Visitors can explore the historic area, visit the famous Biarritz lighthouse, or enjoy water sports such as surfing and paddleboarding.
  • La Côte des Basques: Situated in Biarritz, La Côte des Basques is a picturesque beach known for its excellent surf breaks and stunning coastal views. It attracts surfers from around the world and is also a great spot for sunbathing and picnicking.
  • Rocher de la Vierge: This iconic landmark in Biarritz is a statue of the Virgin Mary placed on a rocky promontory. Visitors can reach the statue by crossing a footbridge, which offers panoramic views of the Bay of Biscay and the coastline. It is a perfect spot for sunset views.
  • Musée de la Mer: Located in Biarritz, the Musée de la Mer (Sea Museum) is a must-visit for marine enthusiasts. It showcases an impressive collection of marine life, including sharks, seals, and tropical fish. The museum also features interactive exhibits and educational displays.
  • Le Phare de Biarritz: The Biarritz lighthouse, known as Le Phare de Biarritz, is another popular attraction. Built in 1834, it offers visitors a chance to climb to the top for panoramic views of the surrounding area. It's a great place to capture stunning photos of the coastline.
  • Bayonne: Situated approximately 7 kilometers away, Bayonne is a historic city known for its charming medieval streets and vibrant culture. Visitors can explore the Cathedral of Saint Mary, visit the Basque Museum, or indulge in the city's famous chocolate and ham.
  • Les Grottes de Sare: Located around 30 kilometers away, Les Grottes de Sare (Sare Caves) are a fascinating natural attraction. Visitors can take a guided tour through the limestone caves, learning about their geological history and admiring the stunning rock formations.
  • Château d'Urtubie: Situated in Urrugne, just a short drive away, Château d'Urtubie is a beautifully preserved medieval castle. Built in the 12th century, it offers guided tours where visitors can explore its elegant rooms, gardens, and learn about its rich history.
  • Saint-Jean-de-Luz: Located approximately 10 kilometers away, Saint-Jean-de-Luz is a charming coastal town known for its sandy beaches and traditional Basque architecture. Visitors can wander through its narrow streets, visit the Church of Saint-Jean-Baptiste, or relax on the beach. 10. Le Train de La Rhune: Located about 30 kilometers away, Le Train de La Rhune is a scenic railway that takes visitors to the summit of La Rhune mountain. The journey offers breathtaking views of the Basque countryside and the Bay of Biscay. At the top, visitors can enjoy panoramic vistas and explore hiking trails.