This article was translated by John R. Bopp

The website Weekendr, a “getaway guide for Londoners”, has just published an entry that talks about the gastronomic points of interest for those who decide to visit the Basque city of Biarritz, with some daytrips beyond.

From pizza to hamburgers, from oysters to hake.  Yes, in their recommendations, they make constant references to “local products”, but, as our regular readers know, we can’t help but add some tips for improvement.  In this case, we would have loved to see some references to more “proper and traditional” food.

In any case, we’re grateful this article brings this part of our country, the Basque Country, to the readers of London.  It’s good reinforcement of the deep and strong relationship between the English and that Basques that goes back to time immemorial.

Weekendr – 3/8/2017 – Gran Bretaña

A brief guide to Biarritz, France

Located in the Basque Country, a mere thirty-minute drive to Spain, Biarritz is a buzzy surf town often regarded as Europe’s answer to California.

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