Poster Panoramic Biarritz
In this original work by Lotza, we go to Biarritz in the Basque Country to swim at the Grande Plage. Known as the main beach in Biarritz, the Grande Plage of Biarritz was called “the coast of the insane” at the beginning of the 19th century, because therapeutic bathing was practiced there to restore sanity to the insane. The turning point came in 1854, when the city became the vacation residence of Napoleon III and his wife Eugenie. You will notice that the Villa Eugenie, located at the bottom of the illustration was built by Napoleon III for his wife Eugenie. The building was built in the shape of the letter E that we can see with a little height.
Biarritz is a coastal city located in the southwest of France, in the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques, region Nouvelle-Aquitaine. It is located on the Basque coast, on the Spanish border, and is known for its sandy beaches, surfing waves and lively atmosphere.
Biarritz became a popular vacation destination in the 1800s when the French imperial family began vacationing there. Since then, it has become a stylish resort with many luxury hotels, casinos, restaurants and stores. The city is also known for its Belle Époque architecture, with many buildings built in this style.
Biarritz is located in the Bay of Biscay, on the Atlantic coast of France. The city has a rich history, having been a favored destination for European royalty and aristocrats in the 19th century. Today, it is still a popular destination for tourists, offering a range of activities such as surfing, golf and discovering the local Basque culture.
Biarritz is also famous for its outdoor activities, including surfing, golf, tennis and hiking. There are famous surfing beaches such as the Grande Plage and the Côte des Basques, as well as natural parks such as the Parc National des Pyrénées Atlantiques. The city is also a stopover for travelers to Spain, as it is close to the Spanish border.
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