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Mazagran street Biarritz

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Everything you need to know about Mazagran street in Biarritz and its real estate market.

Where is Mazagran street in Biarritz?

In the very center of Biarritz, Mazagran street is located between the historical museum and the Sainte-Eugénie church. It starts from Place Georges Clémenceau to the east and forms a meander parallel to the seafront towards Port-Vieux. It is then extended by the rue de Port-Vieux on the same axis, and by the Gaston Larré street which slopes slightly to the south-west. The beginning of Mazagran Street is located just 100 meters from the Grande Plage. It then passes less than 100 meters from Sainte-Eulalie Church and ends 150 meters from Port-Vieux beach.

At the origins of Mazagran street

In the heart of town, Mazagran street is a historic axis of Biarritz. Named in reference to the Franco-Algerian battle of Mazagran in 1840, it is one of the shopping streets that start from Place Clémenceau, the nerve center of Biarritz since the Belle Époque. Its buildings reflect the development of the city at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, with the enthusiasm of wealthy families for sea bathing. It connects the city center to Port-Vieux in a paradoxically heterogeneous unit, characteristic of the Art movement. decoration then the roaring twenties. Pedestrian all summer from noon, it is always an invitation to stroll and shop, in front of the windows and in the boutiques which recall that it once hosted the greatest couturiers in the world.

Shops and services

Mazagran street is still the favorite hub of luxury and fashion brands. There, from Place Clémenceau, there are many perfumeries, jewelry stores and contemporary designer workshops. Ideal for shopping enthusiasts, it brings together essential fashion brands and big names in surfing like Roxy or Banana Moon. Renowned Basque artisans are also well established here: Arin espadrilles, Maison Jean-Vier, or Ttilika ready-to-wear. Several restaurants can be found not far from the Sainte-Eugénie church and just before Gaston Larré street. Note, for residents, the presence of the Port-Vieux grocery store and several services, such as an optician, a bank and a pharmacy. On the practical side, the Sainte-Eugénie underground car park offers numerous parking spaces and subscription possibilities.

Real estate prices Mazagran street

Mazagran street is popular for its exceptional location in Biarritz and the quality of life it offers to its residents. The average real estate price for an apartment for sale in Mazagran street or in the immediate vicinity is 5,650 euros per m2, with a possible variation of 3,400 to 7,900 euros per m2 depending on the services and the standing of the property. For a house in Mazagran Street, the average is 5,850 euros per m2, with a price range ranging from 3,500 to 8,200 euros per m2.