While the beautiful beaches of Biarritz are undoubtedly the main attraction of holidaying in this charming city, it is important to realise that there is much more to this popular holiday destination than water sports.
It is, indeed, a highly sophisticated city that is home to an eclectic mix of styles and cultures, not least because it is located in Basque country.
If you're an art fan, for instance, then you won't be left feeling disappointed by this top holiday destination.
Here, we're going to provide a brief guide to some of the best attractions in the city.
This is a very welcoming environment for tourists and ranks among the must-visit places if you love art. Experts say that it lends itself to the contemplation of Cristo Lorini’s works of art.
It is located near the seafront, almost equidistant between Musee de la Mer and Musee Historique de Biarritz.
Galrie Jean Claude Cazaux
Created in 2007, this is another of the top art destinations in the city. Curators of the gallery say that its contents are based on three distinct criteria: work quality, readability and diversity of techniques.
The gallery is home to loads of great work from contemporary artists and you're sure to be impressed by some of the paintings, sculptures and engravings on show.
Galerie Art et Loisir
This gallery combines a passion for painting and literature - and is definitely worth visiting given half a chance.
It is home to lots of impressive personal paintings that are bound to prove thought-provoking.
What's more, it is important to stress that there are plenty of alternative galleries dotted around the city, many of which you will bump into on a casual stroll.
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