Villa Arnaga, Cambo les Bains

(4.7/5 based on 460 reviews on the web)
Built by playwright Edmond Rostand in the early 1900s, Villa Arnaga served as his family's home until his death in 1918. A museum since 1960, it showcases relics relating to Rostand's life and storied career, including the 1992 Caesar (the French equivalent of the Academy Award) that Gerard Depardieu won for his role in "Cyrano de Bergerac," based on the play of the same name by Rostand. Use our Cambo les Bains itinerary planner to add Villa Arnaga and other attractions to your Cambo les Bains vacation plans.
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  • A great time in the month of April with little world which allowed us to enjoy. A beautiful garden, a House of exception in a great state of preservation. We regret not being able to see everything and especially not took the guided tour for €1 more.
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  • Architecture basque, extraordinary Interior, attractive gardens and intimate immersed in the life of an artist... it's a beautiful place which feels that it is maintained and enhanced by lovers of the place. Bravo... we plunge with delight and we can easily imagine cooking or sleeping... According to the parts. The room of children in the DRC has regaled the family. Perhaps less charming when there are a lot of people?
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  • Very nice villa in basque style of Edmond Rostang of 1900. Very well preserved a lot of pieces to see. Very well maintained garden. Very friendly and efficient.
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