Villa Arnaga, Cambo les Bains
(4.6/5 based on 440+ 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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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Prefer the summer visiting wonderful gardens and House at the time. ... amazing...
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  • A plongeont in the life of M.Rostand! The gardens are beautiful. Don't miss for lovers of Cyrano!
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  • This House is great in the pure basque style with this fantastic Park and these fountains, and the Interior of the home of Edmond Rostand of beautiful pieces to see absolutely.
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  • Very pretty really mini Versailles garden theme especially. I do the tour without guide and records for the history of the pieces are very well made. Nice discovery.
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  • The home of Edmond Rostand, emptied of almost all of its content is proposed to visit. An entry-level price prohibitive to visit walls and pictures of what the House contained before it is sold. Disappointing.
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  • Very nice house and beautiful garden. We understand the inspiration of edmond rostand in the same framework
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  • Almost living museum, necessarily inhabited by the Rostand because the House is built "to measure", with some pinches of outrageousness that give the reason. He fat ask to see the under the House, cellars and basement.
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  • Beautiful place, beautiful costumes and beautiful pieces good concervees.
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