The route between London and Biarritz is served both by direct and indirect flights. Two airlines (easyJet and Ryanair) operate the direct flight, while AirFrance has flights which include a stopover in Paris. A direct flight between cities will take approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes; total journey time on a stopover flight can be between 4 and 7 hours.Ryanair has flights from London Stansted, easyJet from Gatwick, and AirFrance from either City or Heathrow. All flights land at Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne Airport. All four London airports are well-connected to the city centre, and you can easily get there by bus, taxi and train - City has the added option of the Docklands Light Railway and Heathrow that of the Underground. Travel time to get there can range between 20 and 70 minutes. Upon arrival, the airport is only 10 minutes away from the city centre by bus or taxi.
To travel between London and Biarritz at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Biarritz flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Biarritz flights by departure date.
Arguably one of the capitals of European surfing, the beaches in this city give anyone the chance to surf, from the beginners to the pros. The city hosts one of the stops of the surfing World Championships - the Roxy Pro - and this sport is deeply embedded in the city's culture.
Thalassotherapy - literally sea therapy - is another of Biarritz's claims to fame. Improve your well-being by trying out these treatments, which include: balneotherapy, bodysculpting and seaweed bodywrap.3 Day trips from Biarritz
Only a few miles away are the towns of Anglet and Bayonne, famous for being the centre of bull-fighting in France. Alternatively, Spain is only 20km away, and San Sebastian can easily be reached in 90 minutes by train or bus.4 Local cuisine
The local food is influenced by the city's closeness to the sea and its Basque cultural identity. The city has many fantastic restaurants and Arzak (the world's best in many rankings) is located closeby San Sebastian. The mix of French and Basque cuisine in the country is best expressed in the local specialties, which include: pibales (eels), Basque omelette, jambon de Bayonne (ham) and the gâteau basque cake.5 Shopping
Shopping is a delight in this southern French city. The high street has both the famous French boutiques and independent shops, catering for different shopping tastes. Perhaps the most famous souvenir are the traditionally Basque shoes: espadrilles.