from 9 to 13 February and from 23 March to 30 October
Natural amphitheater, classified by UNESCO as World Heritage, leaning against the Pyrenees National Park. This site is also a pastoral landscape reflecting an agricultural way of life once common in the mountainous regions of Europe.
It remained unchanged in the twentieth century in one of the Pyrenees place and providing exceptional insights on past European society through its landscape of villages, farms, fields, upland pastures and mountain roads. The site visit can also be done on horseback or by donkey..
2877 meters. This scientific observatory open to the public is an invitation to a journey to the heart of the universe and a unique view of the chain of the Pyrenees.
This belvedere situated at 1000 meters and accessible by road or by funicular, offers a panoramic view of the city of Lourdes, the valley of Argeles-Gazost, Tarbes and Pau.