• Biarritz 1910 by the International Herald Tribune
    by Arthur CATTANEO on September 18, 2020 at 09:30

    Take a little look at the tribune made by the International Herald Tribune in 1910. And in bonus few images of Biarritz in 1910

  • Obligatory masks wearing in Biarritz and closed beaches
    by Arthur CATTANEO on August 1, 2020 at 12:45

    New mayor MAIDER AROSTEGUY has put new rules against the spreading of the virus COVID-19 for the city of Biarritz.

  • Biarritz sunset is like California
    by Arthur CATTANEO on July 11, 2020 at 09:00

    It’s true, here in Biarritz we are like California! We don’t live in the same country but have the same love of the beach. It’s our way of life.

  • Biarritz from drone during quarantine lockdown
    by Arthur CATTANEO on May 10, 2020 at 19:01

    Watch the amazing empty Biarritz city from the sky ! Watch those beautiful images from the drone.

  • Basque cities celebrations
    by Arthur CATTANEO on January 18, 2020 at 15:00

    Many Basque cities have celebrations during the year. The often celebrates their Saints or for others, old battle victories. But it’s different than a historical commemoration, and much more like days to have fun, drink beers, eat basque foods, and dance. Let’s have a small look on 2 towns, Irun and Donostia San Sebastian City

  • Hô Chi Minh in Biarritz 1946
    by Arthur CATTANEO on November 11, 2019 at 17:30

    From the 12th of june to the 27th, Hô Chi Minh, the separatist leader of North Indochina made a plane stop in Biarritz. Fast history of French Indochina colonie Indochina colonie starts existing by the willing of the Emperor Napoleon the III rd (who made a palace for Eugénie, his wife, the Hotel du Palais

  • Biarritz prepares for G7
    by Arthur CATTANEO on January 25, 2019 at 11:12

    French President Macron announced it during the last Canada G7 summit in 2019, the coastal seatown of Biarritz will host the next G7. During 4 days, Biarritz will be the center of the world, but it also will be the biggest bunker city in the world.

  • Celests lanterns in Biarritz
    by Arthur CATTANEO on January 5, 2019 at 13:40

    Like many years now, Biarritz is making around the end of the year and the beginning of the new year a tradition imported from Asia : the lanterns.

  • Oldarra, a Basque’s men choir – July 2017
    by Arthur CATTANEO on July 28, 2017 at 17:29

    One of the most famous polyphonic Basque choirs. Known and recognized all over the world, this choir of men sings in Basque to the delight of all. Powerful, light, sensitive, hard, their tones and timbre resound in churches and concert halls.   If you want to  know more about them, here is a french interview

  • Biarritz Surf Gang, the movie/documentary
    by Arthur CATTANEO on May 27, 2017 at 17:06

    In the 1980’s, Biarritz wasn’t the spot only known for surfing, it had many other different faces. Only few were able to surf and they were locals. Some were pacifists, others were more brutal on strangers whom wanted to take their spot ! It was sex, drugs, all night long parties, rock and roll and of