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La Grande Plage de Biarritz limita con la ciudad. Los edificios visibles desde la playa, son antiguos y originales , elegantes y bien conservados. La arena es fina pero algo más oscura. La playa transmite una impresión muy limpia. En la playa se encuentran varias formaciones rocosas. El agua del mar tiene un hermoso color turquesa y es cristalina. El agua está muy limpia. Tiene una extensión limitada y es bastante estrecha. La superficie de la playa es muy inclinada. Cerca de la playa se encuentran bares y restaurantes. (fuente: onbeach.es)

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