Villa Arnaga, Cambo les Bains

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. Work out when and for how long to visit Villa Arnaga and other Cambo les Bains attractions using our handy Cambo les Bains online tour itinerary planner .
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  • Brochures present this remains as "little Versailles". As soon as we discover the place we are a bit disappointed as expected something grander. Once the disappointment has passed, we discover a beautiful garden and a beautiful house full of surprises and very well preserved. In my view the guided tour is essential if we want to enjoy the place value. Practical side, there is no parking so therefore you have to park in the residential area located further
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  • in a setting of greenery, and surrounded by gardens large basque 40-room house built by Edmond Rostand in Cambo baths. Currently become Museum;
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  • It is a Museum of the famous drama Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. We have quiet, sprawling grounds there are two gardens, enjoy flowers 11 months early, however.
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