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Campsites and Holiday Parks in Biarritz

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8 bookable sites within 64.4 kilometres of Biarritz

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Campsites in Biarritz for tres belle breaks by the Bay of Biscay

When you’re browsing for a bolthole on the Basque coast, it’s got to be one of these campsites in Biarritz. This seaside resort blends a thriving surf scene with its history as a hub for European royalty, so if you fancy following in the footsteps of Napoleon III on a varied holiday around the Bay of Biscay, this is where to go.

Now all you need to do is sort your accommodation, non? Et voila: these are the campsites in Biarritz to choose from – whether you’re wanting a scenic touring pitch in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques hinterlands or a caravan rental at the coast. 

Campsites in Biarritz: from rural respites to luxury lodges

Places to pitch tents in the countryside make up the bulk of this round-up of campsites in Biarritz, so if you’re after a bit of grass to spread out on near the coast, you’ve come to the right place.

But camping under canvas or in your motorhome doesn’t automatically equal going back to basics – some of the options in this selection include snazzy facilities like outdoor swimming pools.

For quieter times by the sea, choose coastal campsites and touring caravan parks a short drive from town, perhaps even just over the border in Spain. You can also easily find last-minute Biarritz accommodation by browsing this page.

Fancy something in keeping with the posh pads that elite visitors like Frank Sinatra and Rita Hayworth would have stayed in during their stints in Biarritz? Take a look at the glamping options available. 

Bucket-list attractions and activities when camping in Biarritz

Nothing symbolises the town more than the Rocher de la Vierge, a rocky outcrop crowned by a Virgin Mary statue, so saunter up here over the footbridge and take in the panoramas over the Bay of Biscay as your introduction to Biarritz.

When back on lower ground, make like the locals and have a go at surfing by seeking out a school down on the coast at the Grande Plage or Côte des Basques beaches. And if you’re already a hotshot at hanging ten? Rent a board and brave the world-class Parlementia wave or bound over to the breaks around Hossegor, a favourite of international pros (about half an hour’s drive).

Biarritz town is also a pretty place for a wander amid the belle epoque architecture, modern surf shops and fancy boutiques. Its food scene is on the rise too, with international restaurants aplenty as well as fab French fare sold at the local market, Les Halles Biarritz. Pick up treats here before continuing your stroll along the tiny Port des Pêcheurs harbour, constructed by Napoleon III in the 1800s.

If an escape from the sun is needed, there’s also a selection of indoor attractions to keep in mind. Amble to the aquarium, making sure to pass through the shark cave and see the seals being fed, then learn about the town’s relationship with the sea at the Cité de l’Océan et du Surf.

And one of the best things about camping in Biarritz? You’re a short skip away from the Spanish border for visiting top spots like San Sebastian and Zarautz during your hol.

If you’re travelling all around France, take a look at our campsites elsewhere in the country, like Brittany’s Saint-Malo.