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Le Royalty
Open until 2 am, this a great place to go for a late night drink and a wind down after a busy day sightseeing or sunbathing. Famous for its Irish coffees, mojitos and other cocktails, it has seating outdoors and inside so you can choose between a sea view or something more intimate. Check out the piano bar if you're looking for entertainment.

Address: 13 Place Clémenceau | Telephone: 05 5924 0134 |

Brasserie Garderes
This place is popular with locals, who come to enjoy an aperitif. Join them in their traditional pre-dinner drink, then come back after dinner for a coffee and a liqueur.

Address: 7 Rue Garderes | Telephone: 05 5922 1550 |

Le Royalty
Le Royalty has an ideal central location, with British décor, where you can watch the world go by over a coffee a cocktail or a giant beer. Popular with locals and tourists alike.

Address: 13 Place Clémenceau | Telephone: 05 5924 0134 |

Pâtisserie Miremont
When a tea and pastry shop has been around since 1872 it becomes an institution. Enjoying a listed, heritage status, this establishment never disappoints: think elegant decor, sea views and impeccable service on top of exquisite sweets and pastries.

Address: 1 Place Georges Clemenceau | Telephone: 05 5924 0138 |

Clubbing

Le Bar Jean
 A popular haunt since it first opened its doors in 1930, Bar Jean is popular with locals and visitors. Open until 1 am for drinks and tapas. Gets very crowded at weekends so go early if you want a table.

Address: 5 Rue des Halles | Telephone: 05 5924 8038 |

Le Play Boy Club
The Play Boy nightclub is frequented by a mix of all ages looking for a party atmosphere after the other bars close. Several dance floors play rock, eighties and techno music. Gets a bit crowded at the weekend.

Address: 15 Place Clemenceau | Telephone: 05 5924 3846 |

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