If you're seeking to enjoy a brilliant family holiday in France, then you'd be well advised to take a trip to Biarritz, a destination that is increasingly popular among holidaymakers from across the continent.
The town is, of course, best-known for being a haven for water sports enthusiasts, many of whom are keen to enjoy the great surf on offer in this part of the country.
However, there is much more to enjoy in Biarritz than first-time visitors may realise. Indeed, there is loads to see and do, in addition to the water sports opportunities
For instance, if you fancy enjoying some local cuisine then there are loads of top restaurants dotted throughout the town, some of which offer a mixture of French and Basque foods.
So, if you fancy testing your pallet, head into one of these and try a dish you've never experienced before.
Alternatively, you may wish to take in the most beautiful sights of Biarritz - and what better way of doing this than on foot?
Much of the town is pedestrianised and besides the occasionally hilly area, it is easy enough to make your way round on foot.
But if that doesn't tickle your fancy, rest assured that you're able to see the best sights using public transport, which is fairly inexpensive.
There are a number of top museums in the town that you may wish to visit, including the Imperial Chapel, Sea Museum and Oriental Art Museum Asiatica.
You're unlikely to have the time to fit a trip to all three of these into your trip, but if possible, you should make the effort to visit at least one.
And once you've finished enjoy the cultural attractions of the town, you can make your way around the many boutiques stores that you will find in the centre of this increasingly-popular tourist destination.
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