These unusual places will give your events a unique and distinctive touch, just like the Basque culture.
With Biarritz’s architecture a mix of Basque, art-deco and belle-époque styles, you’ll have to venture out into the countryside to see villages that have retained Basque architectural traditions.
Famous for its fine food and Michelin-starred restaurants, the Basque Country has its very own way of life.
The Basque Country has a rich tradition for hospitality with a strong regional identity that permeates a delightful Spanish streak at times of festivals. Biarritz Tourism invites you to get a taste of our identity during your next congress.
Our exceptional region becomes the playground of your stay: Espelette, Itxassou, Ainhoa, la Rhune (the first Pyrenean peak at 900 m that you come across when you take the rack-and-pinion railway up to the summit), the famous San Sebastian bay, the Bardenas desert, the lighthouse esplanade, the fishermen’s port, the Museum of the Sea and much, much more.