3 days of golf in the Biarritz area

Biarritz is today a “chic” and trendy city with many deluxe shops and fashion designers boutiques.

Day 1
Check inn at the Hotel du Palais***** (Palace) Visit of Biarritz and stop at the Market Places.

While walking around the stalls, enjoy the lively and vibrant atmosphere this local market has to offer. Meet the producers & vendors while you discover some of the finest products in the Basque Country. You’ll taste your way around from stall to stall enjoying delicious foie gras, fresh oysters & seafood, specialty cured ham from Bayonne, local cheese & wines, coffee & Basque cake.

Afternoon : 18 holes golf at BIARRITZ LE PHARE

Located at the heart of the town, in a prestigious environment, Biarritz « Le Phare » Golf club is near the ocean and enjoys a most temperate climate all year round, mild in winter, rarely too hot in the summer. One should not rely on the easy aspect of the course which is not very physically demanding. The difficulties are of a more technical nature and it is not so easy to score well. A total of 70 bunkers remind if need be, that the game of golf is above all a matter for reflection and judgment.

Architect W. DUNN, 18 holes, Par 69, 5402 yd
Romantic Dinner at the Hotel du Palais, 1* Michelin Restaurant, in front of tybe Lighthouse and the Bay of Biarritz

Day 2

Morning : 45 mn from iIarritz
Visit of Hossegor, seaside resort at 30 mn of Biarritz : lake, shopping, cycling, relax ..
Lunch : oyster & white wines arounf the Hossegor Lake
Afternoon : 18 holes golf at Seignosse Golf Course

The spectacular Blue Green Seignosse Golf Club is unlike any other. Recognized by theworld's greatest players and consistently voted amongst the fifty best courses in Europe,Seignosse has been brilliantly designed by architect Robert Van Hagge. This is a course withcharacter and winding fairways, but which remains accessible to all golfers.Architect: Robert Van Hagge, 18 holes, Par 72, 6129 yd
Dinner at Bayonne (10 mn from Biarritz) : Bayonne has strong policies on heritage and culture and was officially recognised as a « Town of Art & History » in 2012. Bayonne takes you on a journey through the ages from the Gothic cathedral – a World Heritage Site since 1998 as part of the French Pilgrim Routes of Santiago de Compostela – to the old town restoration project, the ramparts, the cloister and the Château-Vieux. You can really travel back in time !

Day 3

Visit of St Jean de Luz, 15 kms from Biarritz and the typical villages of the Basque country Biarritz is also an excellent starting point to explore the Basque country (Spanish border at 30 kms). Numerous visits are possible to discover the hills, traditional and authentic villages, dances, enjoy the gastronomy, surf on the best spots and relax thanks to the well-being. The Basque country has a lot to offer, villages that have remained nestled in an authentic countryside. Blending the greens of the hills to the reds and whites of the façades of the traditional houses, Saint Jean de Luz, Guethary, Anhoa are beautiful testimonials of the Basque culture, tradi¬tions, architecture and history…
Lunch at the harbor of St Jean de Luz
The course is a great test for all golfers, requiring accuracy and strategy, where players can enjoy the wonderful parkland environment in the foothills of the Pyrenees. Chantaco remains a very unique club thanks to the family and sport spirit that has been preserved since its origins.Many celebrities soon came to Chantaco : the Prince of Wales, Charlie Chaplin, the Prince of Bourbon, Jacques Thibaud, etc…Architect: Harry Colt, 18 holes, Par 70, 5833 yd