Ilbarritz holiday village
Choose a camping holiday in the Basque Country at the Yelloh! Village Ilbarritz. The Ilbarritz campsite is located between Bidart and Biarritz, just 900 metres from the beach in a shady site that stretches out over 6 hectares. It’s the perfect destination. You will find an aquatic area with water slides, a covered swimming pool, restaurant, high-quality accommodation, entertainment for all the family and a multitude of other services.
When you go on a camping holiday in the Basque Country you’ll have lots of fun and entertainment. And… a host of local traditions and culture.
Your campsite in the Basque Country
An exciting holiday awaits you, your family and friends at the Ilbarritz campsite in Biarritz. In a magnificent location right in the heart of the Basque Country that is your gateway to a large number of places of interest that you will want to visit as you discover this unique region. Culture with a capital C, local heritage sites and traditions galore are yours to delight in between Bayonne and Saint-Jean-de-Luz. And of course no one can ignore the local gastronomic delights, the characteristic and delicious ewe’s milk cheese, piment d’Espelette and the famous Bayonne ham.
Visit Saint-Jean-de-Luz, walk along the seawall to the lighthouse, a historical listed building, and stroll through the pretty streets and alleyways of this traditional Basque village. With Spain being so close, take time out to discover San Sebastian and the famous La Concha beach, followed by delicious tapas in the old town. Closer to our campsite you will find the former whaling port of Guéthary, which then became a fishing village and is now a lovely seaside resort. It has a magnificent municipal park where you can walk in the shade of 100-year-old trees and admire the contemporary sculptures that are the perfect partners for their tall leafy neighbours. This is an outing filled with culture and nature that will delight young and old alike.
At your campsite in Bidart, you will be able to enjoy lots of sunshine that is so typical of the South West with its lovely warm glow and discover the local heritage sites: the Chapel of Saint Joseph, the church and the exceptional buildings, some of which date back to the Second Empire.