It's amazing to see how many skateparks are being built. The towns that once put a miniramp next to the basketball field, are now investing in concrete parks because of the number of kids in town that ride, skate and scoot. Thing is, with concrete you can get creative and design/build whatever you want. Concrete lasts forever so it's a good investment as well. With the help of DC, a new fun concrete park was built in beach town St. Jean de Luz in the South-West of France. If there are no waves that day, there's always the concrete.
I had no clue where the park was besides it was located in St. Jean de Luz. After a quick visit at DC, and the DC shop, I visited some friends in Guethary. They told me that the park was right in front of the shop. Turned out that I had parked right next to it but didn't notice. So if you're looking for the park, look out for the Quicksilver/DC/Roxy offices. It's open daily, Free to use and allows bikes.
Check the photos to see what's there. It looks like it's got a whole bunch. It probably has dried up by now too.