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Villa Trinidad

A historic villa on the Biarritz coastline

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A celebration of arts and culture, Villa Trinidad offers an immersive experience in the heart of Biarritz, the emblematic city of the Basque Country.

A historic villa on the Biarritz coastline

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"A panoramic ocean view in the heart of surf town."

Nestled on the prestigious Avenue de l’Impératrice, Villa Trinidad embodies the opulent cultural heritage of Biarritz. A true testament to the Art Deco era, this architectural gem was crafted in 1922 by the renowned French architect Charles Siclis and has undergone a meticulous restoration overseen by its owner, Emmanuel Cazals of Les Maisons Fabel. You’ll never tire of its prime location, right next to the Hôtel du Palais, three minutes from the Grande Plage, and close to the shops of the St Charles district.

Admire the Biarritz sky, at the right time.

Admire the Biarritz sky, at the right time.

An idyllic spot to savor the crisp sea breeze, boasting an expansive 800m² outdoor area highlighted by a spacious 12-meter swimming pool encircled by a tropical wood deck. This lush green oasis showcases a diverse array of plant species, including hydrangeas, palms, and conifers that thrive in the coastal climate. And for culinary enthusiasts, there’s even a delightful aromatic vegetable garden, just wait until you see the kitchen!

For an early-morning yoga session, or to admire the pink sky at the end of the day, head for the roof terrace – faithfully restored according to original plans – which offers a 360° view of the Atlantic, the city and the Pyrenees.

Nothing was left
to chance

The villa features six bedrooms and five bathrooms to cater to diverse preferences. And that’s not all – there’s a dedicated yoga room in the basement, a charming library, a cozy fireplace, a music and reading room… And then, there’s the kitchen, designed with a workshop-style island and seamlessly connected to a dining room overlooking the pool. Every aspect is thoughtfully designed with vacation living in mind. Families will find everything they require, thanks to a comprehensive children’s package, including games, books, and baby equipment. As a special touch, guests can enjoy EQ toiletries in all Les Maisons Fabel properties, sourced from a Biarritz-based company that actively promotes ocean preservation.

Emmanuel Cazals never overlooks the stories he weaves into his properties. In the kitchen, you’ll notice custom-patterned cement tiles – two stylized double octopuses pay tribute to the octopus at the Biarritz aquarium, highlighting the profound influence of Art Deco on the city. Without giving away too much, it’s worth noting that each room has its own unique story, conveyed through carefully chosen decorative elements. By the way, do you know the one in the (tiny) Bikini?

The villa continues to impress with a bevy of meticulously sourced furnishings: Hay sofas and red armchairs from the Hamptons, the artistic work of a Mexican talent, Cole&Son wallpapers, and a vintage clock salvaged from a former art deco garage in Biarritz.

A room, a story: the Maisons Fabel signature.

A room, a story: the Maisons Fabel signature.

Keeping history
– Alive

The name Villa Trinidad carries a unique history, filled with exoticism and intrigue. The couple responsible for building it shares a fascinating connection to the Caribbean, which adds a special charm to the property. The wife, born in Port of Spain on the islands of Trinidad and Tobago in the 1890s, brings a piece of Caribbean history and culture. Her parents, who likely held important positions in the Port of Spain, would have influenced her career and, in turn, the villa’s character itself. This connection resonates with Emmanuel, the current owner of the Villa, as it links the distant Caribbean with the French Atlantic coast. It enriches Villa Trinidad with an international yet intimate aura, emphasizing the significance of personal histories and roots in creating truly unique places.

The recent renovation of the house has uncovered original frescoes dating back to 1922, including one depicting bathers. It also facilitated the splendid restoration of an original stained glass window by Jean Lesquibe. This meticulous attention to detail has revitalized the artwork, which prominently showcases several Basque pelota players, restoring it to its former glory.

The 3 things

we love the most

An exceptional location in Biarritz
The superb exteriors and swimming pool
The art deco style and the history of the house


bedroom lit by large windowscommunal dining room, table settable on the terrace by the pooldecoration of the villa: painting and lamp in suspensiontiled bathroom with mirrorvilla lounge with sofa and glass coffee tablelounge decorated with vinyl and armchair by the fireblue buffet and shelving for crockeryopen kitchen around a central barbedroom with grey wallpaperbathroom with double tap and bathrobeturntable and yellow vinyldecoration of the villa: stained glass and hanging lampsblue and white checked bathroom with double washbasin

Destination Biarritz


Biarritz Station

10 min

Biarritz Airport

10 min



5 min


5 min

Chez Coco

6 min


8 min


15 min

Shops and Craft workshops

Retour verre le futur (wines)

4 min

Epoq (deli)

5 min

Halles de Biarritz

7 min

Nature, Culture and Heritage

Rocher de la Vierge

8 min

Côte des Basques

10 min

Bayonne (city)

15 min

Guéthary (village)

22 min

Villa Trinidad

44 avenue de l'Impératrice, 64200, Biarritz, France

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