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    • Discover with the "Petit Train" the splendid coast of Biarritz ; you'll feel like travelling in a replica of a railway of the fifties. The vision and imagination of Napoleon III and his wife, the Empress Eugenia, was, at that time, a deciding factor for the future of Biarritz.

      From 1825, the beautiful beaches of Biarritz were prepared to receive the sea bathing enthusiasts. Famous French and foreign families stayed in Biarritz : Queen Victoria, Kings Alphonse XIII, Edward VII and Edward VIII... Some of them settled there. A great number of castles and magnificient mansions still attest nowadays from this prestigious past.

      The commented visit of about 30 minutes, will tell you more about Biarritz "Queen of the beaches and beach of the kings".

      Departure : Grande Plage Ouest (main beach west) and Rocher de to Vierge (Rock of the Virgin).

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Useful information

Province : Labourd

Location : 39, avenue de la Marne
64200 Biarritz


39, avenue de la Marne
64200 Biarritz

GPS coordinates

43° 29'5.39"N, 1° 33'8.45"W

Traveller Reviews

3.0 sur 5 121 reviews

  • "Only do this to avoid walking"

    1 / 5 Reviews posted by SeraB49 (Biarritz, France) on 03/09/2019

    The train was slower than walking. We could not get off even when we pressed the stop button. We were on it for a total of 1.5 hours! The driver took a detour to drop some locals off. It was...

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  • "Trip around Biarritz!"

    3 / 5 Reviews posted by sarahsbk1975 (St. Neots, United Kingdom) on 08/04/2019

    The little train departs every hour from the casino on the grand plage. It costs €4:50 for children 4-12 and for ages 12+ it’s €6:50 for route A which was 30 minutes and €7:50 for route B which was...

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  • "Limited appeal"

    3 / 5 Reviews posted by cannytraveler (Ludlow, United Kingdom) on 30/06/2018

    Poor quality cabins with ripped seats and the usual dodgy earphones. A short trip with little information.

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