Car rental Biarritz Airport

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$17 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/19/2018 - 11/26/2018 at Biarritz Airport
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Biarritz Airport

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Mo-Fr 0800-2300
Sa 0830-2030
Su 0900-2230. From 4 February 2019: Mo-Su 0800-1200 1400-1800
Address
Anglet-Bayonne Airport, 64600

Telephone: +33 (0) 825 387 878

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Hertz at Biarritz Airport

With its welcoming stretches of golden sand, grand art deco residences and hip surfing scene, Biarritz fully deserves its reputation as a seaside resort with sparkle and style. Located on the west coast of France, overlooking the Bay of Biscay and right on the border with Spain, it's a destination that remains popular with tourists. With car rental from Biarritz Airport, you can enjoy the very best of this elegant city.

Find our branch located conveniently in Biarritz Airport. As soon as your flight lands and you've collected your luggage, you can pick up your vehicle and start enjoying the glorious French coast.

To make the collection process even easier, you can book your car in advance and browse our range of vehicles to find the perfect model for you.

There are no credit card fees or hidden extras to pay. Plus, our best price guarantee means that if you find a lower Hertz price at Biarritz Airport we'll refund the difference.

Driving in and around Biarritz

Get behind the wheel at Biarritz Airport and you can be in the very heart of the town within minutes, hitting one of the many gorgeous beaches and soaking up the sun. Leave the airport via the D810, take the D260 into the town center and, traffic permitting, you’ll be there in around 15 minutes.

When driving in Biarritz, be aware that much of the center itself is pedestrianized so you might be better advised parking up on the outskirts before exploring on foot. In peak season and weekends, parking places can be at a premium – use one of the multi-storey lots rather than trying to find a spot on the street.

On the road, drive on the right, overtaking on the left. Wearing seatbelts is compulsory. Speed limits vary from 30mph in urban and built-up areas to 80mph on freeways. There are numerous toll roads in France – watch out for signs saying ‘peage’ – which have light traffic and offer the fastest route between cities.

Head north on the D810 to first reach the sandy paradise of Anglet, which is somewhat sleepier than Biarritz, before continuing on to Bayonne. An attractive city located on the banks of two rivers - Adour and Nive – it has a Gothic-style cathedral and medieval streets. It's the perfect spot for a long and leisurely lunch in gorgeous surroundings.

If you have time to play with, the expansive and serene Landes de Gascoigne Regional National Park is approximately two hours away, along the A63. It’s a haven of nature, whatever the time of year.

Of course, Spain is tantalizingly close to Biarritz. The Spanish border is less than an hour away, via the A63. Link up with the AP-8 and follow it to the colorful Basque city of San Sebastian. Breakfast in France, mid-morning coffee and churros in Spain - why not? Just don’t forget your passport.

A quick guide to Biarritz

It's so easy to fall in love with Biarritz. Blessed with 6km of sandy beaches, generous promenades and sumptuous seafood restaurants, it's the perfect spot for a vacation. Further afield, the south of France and the French Basque Country awaits.

The beautiful beaches of Biarritz

If it's a beach break you're looking for, you’re in the right place. The town has an excellent range of beaches, covering several kilometers. The Grande Plage is the main beach, distinguishable by the colorful striped beach huts under which sunbathers can lounge. The feeling of luxury is only enhanced by the grand presence of the imposing Hotel du Palais in the background. A statement of opulence, this palatial residence was built as a summer villa residence by Napoleon for his wife, Eugenie.

Surfers love Plage de la Cote des Basques, Plage Port Vieux is small but has relatively gentle waters with little or no wind, and Plage Milady is perfect for families with younger children. It's a spacious beach with soft sand - and there are plenty of parking lots close by, too, so you can drive right up to it.

Here, it feels as if all roads lead to a golden beach. Pick one, find a spot, kick back and soak up the pristine views out across the Bay of Biscay and the Atlantic Ocean.

The setting of the sun

Rising high into the sky, the iconic Biarritz Lighthouse is 73 meters above sea level and dates back to 1834. If you're feeling energetic, the balcony at the top affords visitors a stunning, panoramic view across the Atlantic and the Basque coast. Although you’ll have to climb 248 steps to get there, you'll be rewarded by a magnificent sweeping sight, all the more spectacular as the sun sets.

Reward yourself by heading to the Fisherman Port, or Port des Pecheurs, for supper. In the former fishermen's houses are several authentic seafood restaurants and bars. Here you'll find traditional Basque dishes, including pintxos, which is similar to Spanish tapas. Ask for a table outside, order a selection of tasting dishes, and enjoy a rest as you bask in the atmosphere.

Break for the border

Just across the Spanish border, San Sebastian is a stunning city, with a growing and glowing reputation as the gastronomical capital of Spain; there are several Michelin three-starred restaurants here, and more per head than Paris.

As in Biarritz, there are plenty of pinxtos available, with each bar having a house specialty. Fresh seafood takes center stage, but you'll find a myriad of other dishes, including cheeses, cured meats and tortillas. Eating is an art form here, so take your time and try as much as you can.

In between sampling San Sebastian's finest culinary hot spots, wander around the beaches. La Concha has 1,500 meters of lush white sand, right in the center of the city. Work off any stresses in the outside Perla Spa before strolling along the promenade, taking in the sights. Find your way to the winding street of the Old Town - Parte Vieja - which is full of charm and bustle.

Whether planning a short stay in Biarritz or a trip across the south of France and into Spain, car rental from Biarritz Airport lets you create the perfect vacation.