By staying at the hotel Le Gamaritz you are in the heart of the imperial city of Biarritz. An exceptional location for visitors wishing to discover the Basque Country. Between land and sea, the Basque landscape is steeped in tradition and its gastronomy will seduce the greatest number.

the hotel is located a stone’s throw from the old port beach and halfway between the Grande Plage and the Côte des Basques beach world-renowned surf spots. Holidays in the Basque Country are often an opportunity to come and measure up to the swell and try out the emblematic sport of the city: surfing. There is no shortage of surf schools around the hotel and will allow you to take your first steps on a board. You will also appreciate the intimacy of the small rocky beaches and their coves, starting with the one of Port Vieux. For those who wish to take advantage of the benefits of salt water, Biarritz and its surroundings have many Thalassotherapy facilities waiting for you to recharge your batteries.

Country side

The Basque villages of St Jean Pied de Port, Sare, Espelette, Ainhoa ​​or Itxassou, some of which are classified among the most beautiful villages in France, will allow you to discover the local gastronomy. A land of agriculture and traditions, this will be an opportunity for you to meet Basque breeders or try your hand at Basque strength.

City side

The hotel is located a few minutes from the famous covered market halls of Biarritz where life is in full swing day and night. Biarritz will seduce you for its diverse architecture but also for the many sites of interest it offers such as the Biarritz Lighthouse, the Rocher de la Vierge or the Villa Belza! The Cité de l’Océan and the Biarritz Aquarium (Sea Museum) are worth a visit, especially if you are traveling with the family.

Ocean side

Mountain side

the Basque Country is the ideal destination for nature’s lovers and beautiful hikes. Whether you want to take the coastal paths to enjoy the ocean as far as the eye can see or measure yourself against the highest peak in the region by climbing La Rhune (905 meters above sea level) you will not be left out. The Basque Country is also an essential stage of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, and you may have the opportunity to meet pilgrims from all over the world on certain hiking trails.

South side

you can discover the other facet of the Basque Country by crossing the Spanish border. Take the small boat to enjoy tapas in Hondarribia or take the Topo to reach the magnificent town of San Sebastian. You can also go there by car and follow the Corniche road to enjoy an exceptional panorama and try to see one of the biggest waves in Europe: Belharra.

Make way for the adventure

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