A territory between land and sea
The Basque Coast stretches from Hendaye in the south to Anglet in the north. The Basque Coast includes the villages settled on the coast of the Atlantic Coast. The Basque Coast continues towards Spain, and includes some towns and villages such as San Sebastian.
The first advantage of the Basque Coast is its geographical location just 5 minutes from the beach and the countryside. Between nature and the Atlantic Ocean, this region will not cease to amaze you.
Biarritz is the gateway to the Basque Coast and the Basque Country!
Continue to Spain
The Basque Country extends to Spain. One of the largest cities on the Spanish Basque Coast is San Sebastian. We give you an appointment in this charming town to visit its old town, La Concha Bay, the famous Pintxos, outdoor sculptures and museums such as the San Telmo Museum, Eureka! or the Cristobal Balenciaga Museum.
The city of Bayonne
In a few minutes by car, from the Hotel Marbella, you will be in Bayonne. The city is known for its Bayonne festivals and its ham. But other elements are to be discovered such as the Basque Museum, the Sainte-Marie Cathedral, the banks of the Adour, the ramparts or the rugby matches.
The Vélodyssée is a French cycle route that runs along the entire Atlantic Coast, from North to South, from Roscoff to Hendaye. 1,300 km by bike await you. 80% of the route uses car-free roads. The Vélodyssée passes through Biarritz, a few steps from our establishment. Stop at the Hotel Marbella, we offer you a closed and secure room for your bikes.