Cauterets, France
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A ski resort and spa town blissfully rolled into one, peaceful Cauterets borders the mountainous grandeur of Pyrenees National Park. December through to April forms the ski season, when snow surfers flock for the family-friendly slopes. Summer warms up the action even more, with a mountain-based activity itinerary which includes hiking, biking, rafting and more. When your day is done you can retreat back to town and unwind amongst the modern amenities, soak up the après-ski scene and soak in the bubbling thermal spa waters.

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Set right beside town, Pyrenees National Park spans 50,000 breath-taking hectares of rugged mountainous landscapes. Graced with restful blue lakes, shimmering waterfalls, flowery valleys and snow-powdered summits that tower 3,000 metres into the clouds, it’s an awe-inspiring place to explore. As well as hikers and rock climbers the park attracts wildlife enthusiasts, who come to observe the 70 species of animal that call the landscape home. Skiers and snowboarders will have two distinct areas to choose from come ski season. Quickly accessible from town via the Lys Gondola, the Cirque du Lys area boasts 25 pistes, and is most suited to novice and intermediate recreational skiers. Nearby within the national park, Pont d’Espagne offers 36 kilometres of trails for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and sledding. When it’s time for some R&R, look no further than Bains de Rocher. Utilizing the region’s naturally heated spring waters, the tranquil spa provides a large choice of modern facilities and pampering treatments.

Hotels in Cauterets

There are hotels in Cauterets to suit every type of stay. Take your pick from home from home rental properties, locally owned B&Bs, full-service digs set within elegant town houses, or family-sized units in modern apart-hotels. Many hotels in Cauterets offer the convenience of restaurants and bar lounges, whilst some of the larger properties count swimming pools, hot tubs and saunas amongst their amenities. Whilst the town’s cheaper accommodation generally offers fewer frills, you can expect tea and coffee makers, wireless internet access, and televisions equipped with digital channels as standard in most places.

Where to stay

With its old town feel and friendly locals, the town provides a well situated base for outdoorsy types and skiers alike. Wherever your hotel in Cauterets, you’ll never be more than a few minutes from the slopes thanks to the Lys Gondola, which whisks skiers directly from town to the slopes in just 12 minutes. When you come back down a lively but civilized après ski scene awaits, with a large selection of bars and restaurants to choose from. Because of its unwavering year-round appeal, Cauterets is home to more shops and amenities than other nearby ski towns, giving you plenty to do on less active days.

How to get to Cauterets

Cauterets sits within a 2 hour drive of 3 airports. The nearest of these, situated around 43 kilometres north of town, is Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées. Less than an hour’s drive away it serves a handful of European destinations, including London, Madrid and Milan, with seasonal flights to Barcelona, Brussels, Rome and Naples. The second closest is Pau Pyrénées Airport, which provides links to French destinations, including Paris, Lyon and Marseille. Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is the best connected of all however, and serves many major cities throughout Europe. Hotel transfers can be arranged through the many shuttle companies operating in the area, or you can hire a car and make the scenic journey yourself.

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