Biarritz is typically characterised as being the perfect holiday destination for adrenaline seekers, many of whom are keen to take advantage of the great surf on offer in this charming town in southern France.
And while it is true to suggest that it is the beaches of this region that help to attract lots of youthful holidaymakers during the summer months, it is also important to recognise that there is much more to Biarritz than may be immediately apparent.
Here, we're going to run through some of the top things to do in the town, besides enjoying the most obvious attractions.
Casa Juan Pedro
Set in a charming little village of wooden fishing cottages is Casa Juan Pedro, which is a fishing-shack restaurant.
There is a lovely atmosphere inside the venue that provides the perfect backdrop to the tasty meal that you can enjoy.
If you're keen to sample some of the local food, then there is plenty of good stuff on offer, including the tuna, which is highly recommended.
Are you a bit of a tapas lover? Well, if so, then, Bar Jean is one place you really ought to visit on your camping holiday in France.
It is, perhaps, home to the most impressive selection of tapas in Biarritz. Portions are available for relatively cheap too, so you've got a great opportunity to really indulge yourself.
Alternatively, you could just head further into the town centre and enjoy the great seafood that is on offer here.
Finally, how about head to one of the best wellness centres in the area, where you can enjoy all sorts of great treatments?
This is the perfect pick-me-up ahead of returning home.
And if you're keen to find some accommodation, you needn't fret. Camping Le Vieux Port offers the perfect solution to holidaymakers.
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