Where is rue Jean Bart in Biarritz?
In the city center of Biarritz, the rue Jean Bart forms a small arc of a little less than 200 meters in the continuity of the rue Jules Ferry, from the higher art school of Biarritz, until the avenue du Maréchal Foch, which it joins at the same level as rue de Larralde. Halfway between the Jardin Public and Place Georges Clémenceau, located just 100 meters away, it occupies a central place in Biarritz. The halls are 200 meters away.
All you need to know about rue Jean Bart
This historic street in the city center takes its name from the famous Flemish privateer who served Louis XIV during the Dutch War. Gourmets know her today in Biarritz for her renowned restaurant and caterer Chez Scott. Quiet, slightly sloping and little traffic because in one direction, it is bordered by heterogeneous facades dating from the very beginnings in the middle of the 20th century. Buildings of different heights are 1 to 3 storeys at most, and houses with small gardens alternate with apartment buildings.
Shops and services
Rue Jean Bart benefits from the immediate proximity of the hypercentre shops in the neighboring streets, while offering a rather calm and residential environment. However, there are a few local shops in the same street, including a bakery. Rue Jean Bart also has a vegetarian restaurant which offers take-out, an oriental restaurant, a bridal shop and a decoration store. As for amenities, the Post Office and the Public Garden are 200 meters away, and the covered market 350 meters, accessible in 5 minutes on foot.
Real estate prices rue Jean Bart
Do you want to buy a property on rue Jean Bart in Biarritz? In the popular downtown area, rue Jean Bart shows prices above the city trend, with an average price per m2 of 6,250 euros for apartments: the price range extends from 5,250 euros for prices the lowest at 7,900 euros for the most popular properties. The average house price is lower with a range of between 4,600 and 6,500 euros per m2 and an average price per m2 of 5,400 euros.