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Le Régina Biarritz Hôtel & Spa - MGallery by Sofitel

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    Le Régina Biarritz Hôtel & Spa - MGallery by Sofitel
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    Le Régina Biarritz Hôtel & Spa - MGallery by Sofitel
 in Biarritz

Local Attractions

From Le Régina Biarritz Hôtel & Spa - MGallery by Sofitel, guests can saunter into the charming community of Biarritz for a truly memorable experience. Biarritz features some of the most majestic beaches in all of Europe, with the Grande Plage and Plage du Miramar attracting thousands of people every year. Many restaurants and cafés line the town’s quaint streets, exposing visitors to the enticing flavors of the region. Biarritz provides numerous cultural attractions to visit, including the Musée de la Mer, an aquarium housed inside a 1933 Art Deco building. Visitors will be drawn to the numerous historical structures scattered throughout the town, such as the churches of Chapelle Impériale and Eglise Alexandre Newsky. Beyond Biarritz, the rolling hills of the French Basque Country offer even more destinations for curious travelers. Once the realm of several mighty kingdoms, the area features countless locations that have borne witness to centuries of European history. Guests can tour one of the region’s many ancient villages to learn more about the Basque Country’s amazing heritage. Le Régina Biarritz’s distinctive location in southwestern France places it perfectly for guests to fully immerse themselves into the area’s unique culture.

Grande Plage and Plage du Miramar
Biarritz is home to many fabulous beaches, including Grande Plage and Plage du Miramar. One of Biarritz’s largest beaches, Grande Plage has been one of the city’s most luxurious destinations since the Belle Époque period. Plage du Miramar possesses a more tranquil atmosphere, attracting countless sunbathers with its warm sunlight and gentle sand.

Phare de Biarritz
Nestled among Biarritz’s quiet beaches is the city’s local lighthouse, Phare de Biarritz. Overlooking Cape Hainsart, the lighthouse has stood as a cultural landmark in Biarritz since 1834. Guests can climb to the top of the building to gain wonderful views of the city and the surrounding countryside.

Rocher de la Vierge
Guests can obtain more stunning views of the area by traveling out to Rocher de la Vierge. Rocher de la Vierge is a small landmass isolated in the ocean that visitors can visit by walking along a lovely iron bridge. Known in English as the “Rock of the Virgin,” Rocher de la Vierge features a statue of the Virgin Mary and acts as a local religious monument. Beautiful, panoramic views of the Basque countryside and the Adour River surround the rock in the distance.

Musée de la Mer
Musée de la Mer boasts a stunning aquarium filled with rare aquatic life from the Bay of Biscay, as well as exhibitions about the area’s historical whaling industry. The museum even contains an exciting touch pool, where visitors can interact with animals like starfishes, anemones, and other sea creatures.

Miremont
Celebrated for its delicious teas and pastries, the Miremont tearoom has been serving diners since 1872. Many prominent European aristocrats have frequented the Miremont over the years, including King Edward VII. The king would dine at the Miremont regularly during his trips to Biarritz.

Saint Jean Pied de Port
Just a short drive away from Le Régina Biarritz is the rustic village of Saint Jean Pied du Port, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Founded in 1177, Saint Jean Pied de Port has served as an important pilgrimage site along the Way of St. James. For centuries, countless Christian pilgrims have passed through the town on their journey to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. The town still retains its majestic medieval charm today.

Golf du Phare
Golf has long been associated with the historical culture of Le Régina Biarritz Hôtel & Spa - MGallery by Sofitel. Since Le Régina Biarritz, countless visitors have played a round on one of the local courses. Perhaps the greatest among them is the Golf du Phare. Located just next to the hotel, the golf course offers spectacular scenery of the Bay of Biscay and the nearby mountains. Founded in 1888, Golf du Phare is the second oldest golf course in continental Europe. Le Régina Biarritz encourages its guest to visit Golf du Phare, where they can relive the experience of the European aristocrats who played there many years ago.


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