Camping near Biarritz

BiarritzFamily destination in Pyrénées-Atlantiques

Whatever the season, Biarritz is the family destination par excellence in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques.

Discover Biarritz on your next camping holiday

Whether you’re young or old, you’ll be tempted by a wide range of activities, including long walks on beaches such as the Côte des Basques, the birthplace of surfing, a beach in an exceptional setting with a view of the Spanish coast, framed by cliffs, mini-train rides, various museums…


Things to do and see when camping in Biarritz


A land of gastronomy, the Basque country is home to many traditional specialties, each more delicious than the last.

Indulge your taste buds at Maison Henriet and Maison Pariès, chocolate shops that are the pillars of the local gourmet scene. Very popular in our region.

Come and discover trendy boutiques, admire chic and fashions windows ;. clothing, shoes, accessories, jewelry, there’s something for everyone.

Le Vieux Port

A small beach at the end of a rocky cove, sheltered from the wind and waves. Very popular with families with young children. The water is generally calm and offers the best conditions for swimming.

On the Quais du Port des Pêcheurs, you’ll find several small restaurants serving fresh fish. We recommend “le restaurant chez Albert”, where you can enjoy a meal on the terrace, based exclusively on wild fish from the St Jean de Luz fish market.

Biarritz lighthouse

It stands on the summit of the Ponte Saint Martin cliff, which seems to jut out into the sea. This site is a natural frontier separating the sandy shores of the Landes and the rocky shores of the Basque Country. Standing 44 meters high, the Tour blanche is located south of the mouth of the Adour, marking the proximity of the Port of Bayonne. It dominates the town of Biarritz.

Le Rocher de la Vierge

Since 1864, it has commemorated the miraculous return of whalers from Biarritz caught in a storm. Nearby, you can also admire the diversity and captivating beauty of the underwater world at the Musée de La Mer.