Biarritz Golf & Fine Dining

Price £860 5 NIGHTS
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Biarritz Golf & Fine Dining

£860 per person

Gastro Golf is delighted to bring you this superb Biarritz golf and fine dining package in association with our friends at Greens & Grapes.

All of our stays are tailor-made just for you, we work hard to make sure that your stay and golf packages are the very best they can be.  We can guarantee luxury accommodation and great service, how you play on the course is down to you!

As with all Gastro Golf packages we have fine dining and of course the opportunity for wine tasting and exploration in one of the finest regions France has to offer.

A superb 4* hotel in Biarritz provides a splendid base from which to venture into the local area with the fabulous La Cite du Vin providing the perfect opportunity to explore the glories of wine in all it splendour.

From £860 per person
4 nights (5 days)
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Package Dates
March – November


Hotel du Palais (Palace) in Biarritz

The hotel has wonderful coastal views from many of the rooms. It is 10 minutes stroll from the town centre’s shops, bars and galleries and few minutes more from a large seafront promenade where Atlantic sunsets can be admired over coffees or cocktails.

Golf Courses

Golf d'Arcangues

Located in the town itself, the links at Biarritz le Phare is a good test of any golfer’s technique and course management. Realtively short at 5900 yards and one of the oldest courses in France this course is typified by fast greens, wiry rough and 70 bunkers.

Golf de Biarritz

Set in the hills overlooking Biarritz, this beautifully landscaped course, designed by Ronald Fream, runs through old oak trees and meadows. It demands aggressive approach shots to receptive greens – a truly top course in a wonderful location.



  • 4 Nights B&B
  • £ 860
    per person

    • 4 nights in Hotel du Palais (Palace)
    • Twin or Double room on B&B basis with 2 people sharing

    • 1 round of golf at Golf de Biarritz
    • 1 round of golf at Golf d’Arcanques
    •  Tapas Dinner



    • Hire of golf equipment
    • Hire of golf buggies and trolleys
    • Food and drinks outside the package outlined above
    • Flights
    • Transfers or car hire (can be arranged at extra cost)
    • City tax per day.
    • Additional Gastro Golf activities


Day 1:

Arrive in the elegant town of Biarritz, explore its rich history on foot. Visit the famous food Halles and admire the stalls full of local produce (red peppers from Espelette, goat cheese from the Pyrenees, etc). A tapas dinner is booked providing the chance to taste a selection of the food seen in the Halles.

Day 2:

Golf is booked mid-morning at the legendary Golf de Biarritz with its breathtaking views. The remainder of the day is left to explore the towns history and perhaps the local beaches.

Day 3:

Golf is booked mid-morning at the Golf d'Arcanques in the heart of the Basque Country complete with fabulous views of the Pyrenees. In the afternoon we recommend a visit to the famous inland villages such as Espellette where the famous red peppers are grown.

Day 4:

This is an ideal opportunity to visit the picturesque fishermen's village and beach resort of Saint-Jeande- Luz . A place to relax and see the colourful timber made Basque houses. A visit to their under water wine cellars is not to be missed.

Day 5:
Return to Bordeaux for flights home.

Tour Location

Bordeaux – Renowned worldwide for its famous vineyards and a prestigious architectural heritage.
An 18th-century gem, the City of Art and History of Bordeaux, a World Heritage Site since 2007, takes visitors back to the Enlightenment. A remarkable urban and architectural ensemble to enjoy on a sightseeing walk along the quays of the Garonne, its elegant streets and imposing town squares. Must-see places inherited from this period include the lively Place de la Comédie with its neoclassical Grand Theatre adorned with majestic Corinthian columns, Place de la Bourse with its fountain of the Three Graces, and the Allées de Tourny.
Strolling through the historic centre is also a great way to discover medieval Bordeaux: Saint-André Cathedral with its carved portals, Gothic choir and Renaissance organ loft, the imposing Cailhau door dedicated to Charles VIII, the Holy Cross (Sainte-Croix) Church with a façade carved in the Saintonge Romanesque style, and the door of the Great Bell (Grosse Cloche), the belfry of the old City Hall, are all reminders of this time. A bell tower separated from St Andrew's Cathedral, the 15th-century Pey Berland tower, offers breathtaking views of the roofs and spires of the city. Although this view must be earned by climbing the 231 steps of the narrow spiral staircase! Not far from this Gothic gem lies the famous pedestrian street of Rue Sainte-Catherine, a long commercial street popular with shoppers, which connects Place de la Victoire to Place de la Comédie.
Garden lovers will prefer the banks of the Garonne, where the lovely Enlightenment Garden (Jardin des Lumières) stretches out on both sides of the beautiful water mirror. Featuring a beautiful view of the river and the Bastide district located on the right bank, this vast space with walkways and flower beds is dotted with street lights that illuminate it magically at dusk. Walkers can then continue their walk towards the huge Esplanade des Quinconces. On one side of it stand the two rostral columns, and on the other is the illustrious Girondins monument built in the late 19th century in memory of Girondin members of Parliament who fell victim to the Terror. A listed Historic Monument, the latter consists of two basins adorned with bronze water horses and a column 43 metres high, on top of which stands a Statue of Liberty breaking her chains. A few blocks away is the public park, an English garden of 10 hectares popular with joggers and strollers, which includes a botanical garden, a library and a museum of natural history.
The City of Light is also a destination of choice for visitors who thirst for culture: the Aquitaine Museum, dedicated to the history of Bordeaux and Aquitaine from prehistory to the present; the Museum of Fine Arts, with collections of paintings and sculptures from the 15th to the 20th century; the Museum of Decorative Arts, with ceramics, furniture, paintings and engravings; the National Museum of Customs, dedicated to the history of the customs service in France; the Museum of Natural History, with zoological, mineralogical and paleontological collections; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, whose works are displayed in the old Lainé warehouse.
Finally, food-lovers won't want to leave Bordeaux without trying the famous canelés, delicious little cakes flavoured with rum and vanilla, best enjoyed with a cup of tea or coffee…

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With over 6,000 châteaux in the Bordeaux region and over 4,000 in La Rioja, we've personally selected the vineyard where clients will meet passionate owners.

It's also a cultural visit as you discover the history of the châteaux and the families who have owned them over many centuries.

And it all about discovering the world of wine-tasting in a relaxed fashion. for whether you are a novice or a connoisseur ! If your clients wish to visit a specific château, we'll do our upmost to organise it !

All seasons are beautiful in the vineyards, but our favourites are spring and autumn, during harvesting!