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Pierre & Vacances Residence Haguna, Biarritz, Aquitaine

Pierre & Vacances Residence HagunaPierre & Vacances Residence Haguna

The 5-floor Pierre & Vacances Residence Haguna, built in a neat architectural style with spacious apartments, enjoys a prime location in the heart of the Saint-Charles shopping district in the Aquitaine region. The public sandy beach is just 300m away, making it handy for a day at the beach with the children.

What to Expect:
  • Beach < 1km
  • Cots
  • Family rooms
  • Outdoor pool


88 Apartments In all apartments: Fully equipped kitchen. Balcony in 20 apartments only 1 bathroom. Toilets Telephone. Television. Safe. Studio apartment for 2 persons, Studio apartment for 4 persons, 1 bedroom apartment for 4 persons, 1 bedroom apartment for 6 persons,


Municipal swimming pool, jacuzzi, hammam and sauna 600 m away Thalassa International Institute 400 m away, 3 Golfs 15 km from the residence. Biarritz Surf Centre 3.5 km away Shops and services 300 m away, Supermarket 100 m away, Pharmacy, doctor’s surgery 100 m away.

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On the Basque coast in a prime location between the sea and the mountains and at the gateway to Spain. An elegant seaside resort which lives at the pace of its year-round sports and cultural events. Exceptional beaches and the birthplace of golf and surfing in France. Starting point for a number of excursions to Landes, Spain, the back country and the Basque Coast.

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