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Activities to enjoy in Biarritz  25/03/2014

If you're looking to enjoy an active vacation in France, then there are few holiday destinations that can quite compare to Biarritz.The town is well-known offering a wide array of activities for holidaymakers, a large number of whom come here to enjoy the great surf on offer to them and also play a round or two of golf.There is, however, much else besides to enjoy in this part of France - and we're going to explore some of these options in the next few hundred words.Firstly, it ought to be noted that no trip to this part of the country is complete without taking a trip to one of the many beaches that go up the coastline and indulging in some water sports.So, for instance, if you wish to take a trip to the beach with your board, you're bound to have lots of fun - regardless of whether you're a beginner or an experienced surfer.And the great thing about Biarritz is that there are loads of beautiful beaches in the area, meaning you're spoiled for choice.Thereafter, you should take the time to visit one of the great golf courses that you will find here. Biarritz is actually home to the second-oldest course in Europe, created in 1888 and it is found in a great central location.You can even buy a pass that will grant you access to four of the top courses in Biarritz.Finally, if you wish to enjoy the sights and sounds of Biarritz, what better way of doing this than by on foot? Much of Biarritz is pedestrianised and it is ideal if you want to relax on a long summers day, during which time you can enjoy the sunshine as you stroll.

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