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Pyrenees National Park (Parc National des Pyrenees)
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Reviewed May 16, 2013

Our camper van holiday in the Pyrenees was excellent - enhanced considerably by the welcome we received at the Camping Le Rey at Louvie-Jouson. It is an immaculate site, beautifully maintained & handy for the village. There are also chalets. The owners were charming & full of good advice about outings - even lending us the books & maps we needed. We shall be returning.

4  Thank Mrsblisters
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Reviewed November 7, 2012

This is a fantastic tour. Viator really nailed it with this one. After visiting the town of Vic, you head to the Nuria Valley in the Pyrenees. This is as close to paradise as it gets. The spectacular views are worth the price of the tour. From there you visit the town of Queralbs. The views from Queralbs are also spectacular.

4  Thank frank421132
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

There are many reasons to visit this area; spectacular natural beauty, ancient mountain villages and lots of outdoor activities, I was interested in natural spas and started in Bagneres de Luchon. It was around 12 euros for a spa bath including one of the only natural steam rooms in a cave in Europe. Our route roughly followed the Tour de France over the 3 central cols Peyresoude, Aspin, and Tourmalet - but did sidetrack across the boader into a Spanish village in the national park for lunch in a great Cantina..Stopped in Bagneres de Bigorre - a small town with a good choice of restaurants and small shops, The thermal spa has a large spa pool, steam room, outdoor jacuzzi and sauna on the roof (around 15 Euros). Stayed in La Mongie, at the top of col du Tourmalet, a small and modern ski resort town, but the Pic du Midi cablecar runs most of the year and it's impressive even on a cloudy day. Nothing was booked in advance, I paid an average of 65 Euros a night at varrious, random hotels for a double room, (September) and they were all of a good to high standard.

24  Thank Mark F
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Reviewed July 15, 2012

The pyrenees mountains are some of the most beautiful mountians in the world! I highly suggest visiting them. Be careful though, as some areas are steep and may be dangerous. Traveling with a group is recommended.

1  Thank Jhon F
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Reviewed February 3, 2012

I have to be honest, I live right in the hearth of this park. For me there is no comparison, the most stunning, unspoiled nature I know. Great sleepy villages, some of them with thermal spas, cheese making farms, that offer free tastings. Mountain lakes, passes, and peaks to chose from. All inhabited by friendly and helpful people. Do yourself the favor of a visit, we are sure you won't regret it.

10  Thank Marz09
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