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Situated near the French-Spanish border on the Atlantic ocean, the French city of Anglet is a beautiful place to visit. Several marvelous beaches represent the primary draw to the city. But besides the rolling surf, the city offers memorable historical sites as well as the Izadia Ecological Park. For those that enjoy the outdoors, Anglet serves as a fantastic location to visit. The travel agents of Venere will help you chose the right Anglet hotel for you regardless of how long you stay. With accommodations available from simple one star hotels all the way to luxurious five star locations, there's something for every budget. So whether you just need a place to escape the sun for a few hours, or wish to surround yourself in luxury for a few days, book with Venere and start to experience Anglet.
What's Anglet Like?
There is a rich array of beaches to chose from in Anglet, including the Barre, Cavalier, Madrague, and several others. As is the case with most Atlantic beaches, surfing is a big draw here for both beginners and the more experienced. Horse riding and cycling are common past times for those that would rather stay out of the water. Anglet is home to a couple of memorable buildings, such as the Villa Beatrix Enea, a stone villa built around 1900, is now home to several government offices. The Chapel of Notre-Dame de Refuge is a marvelous architectural feat with statues and stained glass windows. The Izadia Ecological Park is a 14 hectares urban park and is one of the surviving artifacts of the "dune environment" coastline.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Anglet
The nearby farmland supports a wide array of dishes such as lamb as well as cheeses made from sheep's milk. The city's proximity to the ocean supports a fishing industry and seafood is another common part of the local cuisine. As expected, French is the primary language in Anglet and learning key introductory phrases will go a long way to eliciting a cheerful response from locals. As long as you bask in the surf, Venere can provide you with the best hotels in the city. Venere has been publishing independent reviews since 2001 and has accrued more than a million over the years. So when you log on you can get firsthand accounts from others that have stayed in Anglet hotels. You can also check out high resolution photos of all the offered accommodations so you'll never be surprised the first time you check in. You can book online or through Venere's smartphone mobile app.