With four kilometres of coastline, the flagship town of the Pyrénées-Atlantiques has become, since the advent of sea bathing, a very popular holiday resort. As a result, property prices have risen to an average price per m² of €5,680, i.e. a price of €454,400 for an 80 m² apartment.
Property prices in Biarritz have risen sharply in 5 years. Prices have increased by 15.5% for houses and even 26.8% for apartments. Nevertheless, the apartment market seems to have stabilized: +0.7% in one year. As for houses, prices have even fallen by 10.06% since last year.
Winter park, Milady, Golf du Phare... The closer the apartments and houses are to the sea and Biarritz town centre, the more expensive they are. And even if prices remain high throughout the commune, some areas are more accessible. This is the case of the Lahouze district located on the heights of the city, but especially of the Larochefoucauld district on the outskirts. And, a particularity of Biarritz, the town of Anglet can be considered as a district of Biarritz as the two cities are so close.
Biarritz is a highly rated city, like Saint-Jean-de-Luz where property prices are similar: 5 430 €/m². In Bidart, count 4 750 €/m². On the other hand, the town of Anglet, bordering Biarritz, is more affordable. Count 3,590 €/m² for an apartment in this seaside town. Bayonne, which has no access to the ocean, is even cheaper. An apartment in this city costs 3,060 €/m². The town of Arcangues can also be a good alternative with average prices around 3 730 €/m². Move away to Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle or Ustaritz to find properties below 3,000 €/m².
Source: Le Figaro