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HALLE D’IRATY BIARRITZ
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ACCESS :
- Plane : Airport BAB-Biarritz at 1 km
- Train : Biarritz train station at 1 km
- Car / Coaches : follow the signs « Halle d’Iraty » then the signs « Quilt en Sud ». GPS coordinates : rue de Pitchot
- Buses :

From Biarritz Town Hall , bus A1 to Biarritz train station, then bus C to Iraty

From Place Clémenceau, bus 10 to Biarritz train station, then bus C to Iraty

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The following establishments are available from the Tourist Office of Biarritz
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A Lover or a simply curious visitor of the Basque Coast would be delighted to meet us at our new venue for the 10th edition of Quilt en Sud in the famous city of BIARRITZ. Once our new wonderful showcases have been discovered at “La Halle d’Iraty”, any of liked pieces can be purchased at the “Textile” stands. If there is a desire, the city centre of Biarritz can be reached easily for a joyful walk.

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Among of the thousand things to do, what about a quick stroll along the beach with it’s international renown suffers, a walk to the rock “de la Vierge” with an outstanding breath-taking view or a cup of tea at the “l’Hôtel du Palais” which was built for Empress Eugenie by Napoleon III. Coté ville, ne manquez pas la place Sainte-Eugénie

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sur laquelle donne l’église du même nom, dont la crypte accueille régulièrement des expositions intéressantes. Some other curiosities : the delicatessen shop “Arosteguy”, real local institution since 1900 (rue Victor Hugo), the “Bookstore” and its unique decor will charm you, and nearby in “Place Clemenceau”, you will melt for the macaroons from “Maison Adam”. Also, do not miss Sainte-Eugénie square on which stands a church, whose crypt regularly hosts interesting exhibitions. If you decide to leave Biarritz, you will have the choice between the countryside, mountains and the ocean.

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Sare and Ainhoa are key villages starting points. The wood built train will take you to the top of the Rhune where you will have breath-taking views of the Basque country and the Landes… Amateur of fine craftsmanship, do not miss to visit the pottery shop “Goicoechea”, located at Ossés ; it is full of colours with modernity, a style of ancient heritage expertise and an international reputation. San Sebastian, also called “Biarritz Española”

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is just at a few miles away by car or by train and the nearby village of Getaria, where a stop at one of the numerous fish restaurants is a must. Cristobal Balenciaga and its haute couture collections, has a wonderful museum there. Enivitably, you will not be able to do it all, and definitely will have to come back !