My apartment is a wonderful 'nest' on the sea. The elevator gives you straight access to the Miramar beach, from there you are five minutes walk from the Biarritz Casino, and even clother to the Sofitel and ´thalassothérapy'.
You can watch the sunset from the balcony and relax in the sun.
The apartment is being renovated in may 2015.
It will dispose of luxury closet bed, a beautiful kitchenette with a microwave-oven, a dishwasher, a toaster,a coffee machine, and a kettle boiling and a beautiful entrance too.
You will dispose of a big TV , washing machine, a dishing machine an italian shower with see view and a very two big dressing and two closets in the entrance too.
You can do everything by foot in Biarritz but there is also a free shuttle to 'les Halles' Market (open daily until 1 pm) and around town.
There is a door in front of 'the promenade' of the ocean when you can take a shower put transat before coming back at the appartment after the beach : the PEDILUVE
Perfect for a couple or couple with child until 10 years old.
There is a janitor for the security.
Very quiet place, no cars only the sound of the waves.
The check-in is at noon and check-out is at 10am.
3 days minimum .
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Biarritz is a Basque name with locative suffix -itz (cp. Isturitz) attested Bearriz in 1170, Bearids in 1186, Bearritz in 1249.
Biarritz has long made its fortune from the sea: as a whaling settlement from the twelfth century onwards. In the 18th century, doctors recommended that the ocean at Biarritz had therapeutic properties, inspiring patients to make pilgrimages to the beach for alleged cures for their ailments.
Biarritz became more renowned in 1854 when Empress Eugenie (the wife of Napoleon III) built a palace on the beach (now the Hôtel du Palais). European royalty, including British monarchs Queen Victoria and King Edward VII (who caused a minor scandal when he called H. H. Asquith to kiss hands at Biarritz in 1908 rather than return to London for the purpose), and the Spanish king Alfonso XIII, were frequent visitors.
Biarritz's casino (opened 10 August 1901) and beaches make the town a notable tourist centre for Europeans and East Coast North Americans. The city has also become a prime destination for surfers from around the world, developing a nightlife and surf-based culture.
At the end of World War II in Europe, the U.S. Army's Information and Educational Branch was ordered to establish an overseas university campus for demobilized American service men and women in the French resort town of Biarritz. Under General Samuel L. McCroskey, the hotels and casinos of Biarritz were converted into quarters, labs and class spaces for U.S. service personnel. The University opened 10 August 1945 and approximately 10,000 students attended an 8-week term. This campus was set up to provide a transition between army life and subsequent attendance at a university in the USA, and therefore students attended for just one term. After three successful terms the G.I. University closed in March 1946 (see G. I. American Universities).