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Nineteenth century elegance, a healthy respect for good food, and a nice helping of spa-like pampering come as standard in Biarritz, one of France’s chicest resorts.
If you want to holiday like royalty then you can’t get much better than Biarritz. Known for attracting the likes of Queen Victoria in the 19th century and Frank Sinatra a hundred years later, this city in the Basque region of France is rightly titled the ‘Monte Carlo of the Atlantic coast’.
Back in the day this was the place to see and be seen. Nowadays the pretense is long gone and this lively resort pulls in crowds from all walks of life, all attracted to its kilometres of sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, wide ranging accommodation and sophisticated elegance. Families, teenage surfers, young couples and the silver set – they’re all here enjoying what the city has to offer.<
The Biarritz Festival of Latin American Cinema and Culture hits town on 29 September - 5 October. An opportunity to see previously unreleased shorts and feature films, attend lectures and meetings and enjoy Latin American food, music and more. festivaldebiarritz.com
Expect music, beach food and fun at the BIG Festival on 16-20 July. With three stages, Big Boite, Big Live and Big Village, there's a brilliant line-up this year, including Placebo, Metronomy and the legendary Neil Young & Crazy Horse. bigfest.fr
Spend an afternoon in the nearby historical town of Bayonne. Visit the Basque Museum (37 Quai des Corsaires) or the Musée Bonnat (5 Rue Jacques-Lafitte), home to art from the likes of Degas and Boticelli. Wander around Sainte-Marie Cathedral (15 Rue des Prébendes). Then relax at one of the riverside bars and enjoy some seafood and a glass of wine.