From sea to ocean by air
Nice and Biarritz: two of France’s top seaside destinations. Both offer an appealing climate, sea, mountains and Belle Epoque palaces… but there are also so many differences! One is a big, buzzing city, while the other offers a much quieter atmosphere. One is bathed by the smooth waters of the Mediterranean, the other by the Atlantic waves. One has Italian roots, the other a Basque heritage. This is why, without even needing to leave France, your Nice-Biarritz direct flight will give you all the ingredients for the perfect, exotic holiday filled with discovery.
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Need a change of scene? Head for the Basque coast on a Nice-Biarritz non-stop flight. Airlines, dates, timetables, prices, flight durations: Misterfly has all the information you need to prepare for your trip. With our partner, you can even book your Nice-Biarritz plane ticket in a few clicks, for no more than you would pay on the website of your chosen airline. You will even get an exclusive option: to pay for your Nice-Biarritz return flight in several instalments.
Your Nice-Biarritz direct flight
Whether you choose to book your Nice-Biarritz flight with easyJet or Hop!, your journey to the French Basque Country will leave from Terminal 2.
Don’t arrive at the airport at the last minute. Leave time get through security without rushing. If your Nice-Biarritz flight booking is to travel with cabin baggage only and you already have your boarding pass, aim to arrive at the airport an hour before your flight departs. Need to put luggage in the hold by going to your airline’s check-in desk? Allow an extra quarter of an hour!
Departure airport Nice Côte d'Azur Airport Departure terminal Terminal 2 Arrival airport Biarritz Pays Basque Airport
Arriving at Biarritz Airport
Like Nice Côte d’Azur Airport, Biarritz Pays Basque Airport is not far from the town. That makes it very easy to get to the centre. How?
- By bus: Chronoplus line C takes you quickly to the centre of Biarritz. Remember that the Chronoplus n°14 will take you to the centre of Bayonne.
- By taxi: these can be found on the way out of the airport arrivals area, near to the baggage conveyor.
- By car: hire a car from one of the seven specialists at the airport.
What to do in
“I know of no other place more charming and magnificent than Biarritz.” These are the words of the famous French author, Victor Hugo. The town couldn’t ask for a better ambassador. However, the writer of Les Misérables is just one of many celebrities to have fallen in love with this Basque gem. So what makes it so attractive to all these great people, royals, fashion designers, artists and champions? The secret ingredients are a pleasant lifestyle, natural charm, great food and pinch of luxury, all garnished by the cooling ocean waves and the surfers who ride them.
Regular flights Nice - Biarritz BIQ
Flights per day :
- Mon 1
- Tue 1
- Wed 0
- Thu 1
- Fri 1
- Sat 1
- Sun 1
Flights per day :
- Mon 1
- Tue 0
- Wed 0
- Thu 0
- Fri 0
- Sat 1
- Sun 0
Frequently asked questions
How long does a Nice-Biarritz flight take?
The average flight time from Nice to Biarritz is 1h35.
Which airlines offer Nice-Biarritz direct flights?
easyJet and Hop!, the regional company of Air France, both fly non-stop from Nice to Biarritz.
How many Nice-Biarritz flights are there per week?
From a single weekly flight in early June, the number rises to four as the summer holidays approach. Nice-Biarritz flights with easyJet are on Mondays and Fridays, while Hop! flies to the French Basque Country on Saturdays and Sundays. Hop! offers two additional flights in August, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are also flights in September, with one weekly flight by easyJet.
How much does a Nice-Biarritz flight cost?
The lowest price for a Nice-Biarritz return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is €X
What is the best time of year to visit Biarritz?
The French Basque Country is known for its pleasant climate. Winter often feels like spring. However, it is best to avoid autumn, which is a real rainy season. The best time to visit is from June to September. Temperatures climb, but remain bearable. A tip for surfers: the sea is calm in summer. The same cannot be said of the nights, with their many events: open-air concerts during the Plages Musicales d’Anglet, Biarritz Festival in summer, and of course the Fêtes de Bayonne, the famous feria that attracts an amazing 1.5 million visitors over five days. A record in France!