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Camping Ilbarritz Biarritz, Pyrénées Atlantiques

« Just 900 metres from the ocean, between Bidart and Biarritz, in the heart of shady grounds »

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Near Ilbarritz camping

A holiday at the Ilbarritz campsite will be the chance to explore the Basque Country, its original culture, festivals and stunning scenery from the Atlantic coast to the Pyrenees. Come and discover it now! 

Camping Ilbarritz
Avenue de Biarritz
64210 Bidart
+33 (0)5 59 23 00 29
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GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 43° 27' 10''
Longitude: W 1° 34' 22''
Work out your route

Bidart, 0 km
Biarritz-Anglet-Bayonne airport, 6 km
Biarritz railway station, 4 km
Come and discover the famous Way of St. James, which runs right past the campsite, whether you are a nature lover, a walker or just want to get away from it all. Take a short walk or a more adventurous hike!
From the incredibly picturesque Petit Train de la Rhune, you will enjoy breath-taking views over the ocean and the Pyrenees. All aboard the little cog train!
Come and discover the underground world with the sound and light show at the Caves of Sare! Located in France's Basque country, between the mountains and the sea, this prehistoric cave will take you on a journey back in time.
Welcome to the Basque Country, a region which is proud to display its “otherness”, special features and originality. Exoticism and wonder will take centre stage on your holiday here!
The birthplace of European surfing, Biarritz and its fine beaches await you on the Basque coast.
Bayonne enjoys the perfect location close to the sea, the mountains and Spain. But it's also a place for leisure activities, rest and discoveries.
This year, take your family to Bidart, between Biarritz and St Jean de Luz!
Come and stay in our campsites close to San Sebastian and explore the beauty of the Pays Basque and this seaside resort which is known as the pearl of the Cantabrian.

Basque traditions

Inspired by ancient rural practices, the Force Basque, is a competition between villages. Its main events include: tug-of-war, stone lifting, handcart lifting, sack race, throwing bales of straw, tree trunk cutting, "transport de bidons" (or "who can carry 41 kilos in each hand the furthest?"). Come and see the teams confronting each other. Pelota is one of the oldest Basque games. Every village has its pelota wall or a "trinquet" where young and old play their favourite sport.

Authentic cuisine using local produce

The Basque Region is famous for its wide range of renowned products: sheep's cheese, Espelette peppers, Basque cake and the famous Bayonne ham. Taste the famous "piperade", a fondue with sweet green peppers, served with scrambled eggs, or the cod-stuffed peppers.

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