Airport Transfers to Biarritz

The closest airport is Biarritz Airport, with a transfer time of under 15 minutes.

Other nearby transport: Bordeaux Airport, Toulouse Airport, Pau Airport, and Lourdes airport as well as all nearby train stations and coach stations.

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About Biarritz

Biarritz has a train station (Gare SNCF de Biarritz) and it is situated a 10 minute taxi ride from Biarritz town centre. Contact us to organise your taxi from Biarritz Train Station.

You can also access Biarritz from Bordeaux Airport, Toulouse Airport, Pau Airport, and Lourdes airport as well as all nearby train stations and coach stations. We offer the same excellent transport service from any of these transport hubs.

Biarritz is very close to Spain and across the border the first major Spanish town is San Sebastian. If you have the time then we really recommend a day out in San Sebastian. Book your taxi from Biarritz to San Sebastian using the quote generator to the right of this page or call our English speaking office for enquiries.

We also offer transport for other great day trips from Biarritz including; St Jean de Luz, St Jean Pied de Port and Lourdes. The most prominent and closest mountain (technically not quite a mountain is it only reaches up to 950m) is La Rhune. You will see La Rhune from many places in Biarritz as it looms up from the once flooded land; now known as the French Paye Basque.

If you would like to go up La Rhune then contact Sea-Lifts and we can organise one of our drivers to pick you up in Biarritz and transfer you to the foot of the “mountain”. It takes about 2 hours to hike up or you can take the mountain train that leaves the small town of Ascain every half an hour.

Biarritz is a prestigious town that lies approximately a 30 minute transfer North from the Spanish/Basque border. Biarritz is quite unique as it has a rocky coastline separated with beautiful golden beaches and as you look south across the Bay of Biscay you will be looking at the French and Spanish Pyrenean foothills.

The town itself is a pleasure to wander. The focal point of the town is the Place de Clemenceau where you will find cafes, bars, Galeries Lafayette, patisseries and of course the famous chocolateries; Maison Adam and Henriet. Before your return Biarritz airport transfer be sure to pick up a box of chocolates.

Another focal point of the town is the market; produce from around the Paye Basque is brought and sold here daily. The market is ‘a must’ in Biarritz, surrounding the market are Spanish style tapas bars and Basque style cafes.

“The most fashionable and most frequented resort in south west France. The setting is magnificent, with Atlantic rollers breaking against the rocks and reefs, impressive cliffs, a small port, and superb bathing beaches.” from The Green Guide – Atlantic Coast, published by Michelin Travel Publications.

“One place which completely blows me away is Biarritz, which has a stunningly beautiful location beside the Atlantic, lovely architecture. It’s a city of rugby which means a culture of people which in turn means a culture of food” – Raymond Blanc, owner of Le Manoir de Quatre Saisons.

“I know not of a more charming or magnificent place than Biarritz… “ – Victor Hugo

Beach

There are many beaches in Biarritz, many of which offer some world class waves for surfing. Surfing has been popular in Biarritz since 1957 and it has become one of the surfing hubs of Europe. The main beaches are as follows starting at the South: Ilbiarritz, Milady, Marbella, Plage de Cote Basque, Vieux Port, Grande Plage, Miramar.

When you head north of the lighthouse (Biarritz le Phare), the coastline changes dramatically. From the rocky points of Biarritz to the wide straight beaches of ‘La Chambre d’Amour’ and the many beaches of Anglet. From here the beach stretches north almost unbroken, through Hossegor and Les Landes for 200km until Archachon near Bordeaux

Having been running airport transfers and taxis in the region for many years we know the Biarritz coastline and mountains very well. Leave the hire car at the airport and let us handle your transport requirements to get the most out of your holiday.

Hotel du Palais

Biarritz became renowned in 1854 when the Empress Eugenie, the wife of Napolean III, built a Palace on the beach (now The Hôtel du Palais). By the early 1900’s Biarritz was on the map as a tourist destination, popular with North Americans and Europeans. Today Biarritz attracts visitors from all over the world.

Out of Town

Head up the Rue Gambetta away from the market and after 5/10mins you will have the best view in Biarritz. Looking down on La Plage Cote des Basques, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and across the Pyrenees, the view is spectacular.

While you’re there then why not have a glass of sangria at the 100 Marches bar, a lively outdoor bar overlooking the sea. Perfect on a warm summers evening. There are some great places further down the coast to eat and drink, unless you’re a hardy walker then you’ll probably need a taxi or minibus. Contact Sea-Lifts for all your transport requirements in Biarritz.

Day Trips

Biarritz is very close to Spain and across the border the first major Spanish town is San Sebastian. If you have the time then we really recommend a day out in San Sebastian. Book your taxi from Biarritz to San Sebastian using the quote generator to the right of this page or call our English speaking office for enquiries.

We also offer transport for other great day trips from Biarritz including; St Jean de Luz, St Jean Pied de Port and Lourdes.

Some other things to do in Biarritz include; Musée de la Mer (Aquarium), Planète Musée du Chocolat (Chocolate Museum), Biarritz surf school, rafting and hiking in the Pyrenees. All other mountain and beach activities are available and all just a short transfer away from Biarritz.

Golf

Sea-Lifts specialise in Biarritz golf transport. For many years we have been assisting golf groups to organise their golf trips.

We can organise your airport transfers from any regional airport or train station and take you and your equipment directly to your hotel. Our minibuses can accommodate up to 8 passengers plus golf clubs. If you have a larger group then we can organize a coach for your group. From your Biarritz hotel we offer a daily taxi service to the golf course and back at the end of the day.

For more information, please see our golf tours page and don’t hesitate to contact us for further information.

Airport transfer types to suit all budgets

 

Shared

Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.

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One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.

 

Scheduled

Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you’re required to book a service that works for your flight times.

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Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.

 

Private

Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.

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No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.

 

Coach

Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.

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Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.

 

Exec & Limousine

Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.

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Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.

Truly flawless door-to-door service

  • Relax knowing that someone will be waiting at the airport
  • 24/7 assist while you’re travelling
  • Get to your destination safely and comfortably

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