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Family Fun Week in the Pyrenees

  • Argelès-Gazost, Hautacam, Val d'Azun
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Games and adventure for all the family

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This summer head for the fabulous theme park that is the Hautes Pyrenees, so much fun for all the family. Thrilling mountain bobsleigh runs, a water park surrounded by dramatic peaks, discover the eagles and vultures. Marmots, otters, isard, bears, and wolves at the Pyrenees Animal Park. It is all just perfect for the parents as everyday the kids are having so much fun.

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From 1268 € /family Based on 2 adults + 2 children

  • 8 days/7 nights in a chalet on a 4 star campsite
  • 20 descents on the mountain bobsleigh run
  • 1 family pass for the treetop adventure park
  • 1 family pass for the Pyrenees Animal Park
  • 1 family pass for the Donjons des Aigles falconry centre
  • 1 family pass for the Lau Folies water park
  • 10 descents on the aerial runway

Contact Monique
to book this holiday package or receive informations

By mail By phone 33 (0)5 62 56 70 00

The strengths

  • A super family holiday week with so many activites on offer
  • The Pyrenees Animal Park: voted best leisure site in France (animals / nature) for 2016

Day 1

Arrival and installation in your campsite.

Day 2

Pass for the Pyrenees Animal Park.

Day 3

Pass for the Donjons des Aigles falconry centre.
Descents on the aerial runway.

Day 4

Pass for the Lau Folies water park.

Day 5

Free day.

Day 6

Descents on the mountain bobsleigh run.

Day 7

Pass for the Chloro'Fil treetop adventure park.

Day 8

Departure.

Camping at the foot of the Pibeste

Situated at the foot of the Pibeste nature reserve and close to the charming village of Argeles-Gazost, this camping is the ideal base for a holiday or a short break, summer or winter. The Azun valley, Hautacam, Luz-Ardiden, Cauterets, Pont d’Espagne, Tourmalet … all the big names for skiing are close by. And why not leave your skis for a day and stretch your legs with a snowshoe expedition. In summer, the Nature Reserve of Pibeste has Mouflons and raptors galore. There is a mountain of different activities locally for both young and old, for some great memories to take home. The campsite is a family affair, Sylvain, Luc, Gérard, Odette et Pierre will look after your every need and offer lots of help to make the most of your holiday. Located under the cliffs of Pibeste, the shady setting is just perfect. The Finnish wooden chalets are warm and cosy, with terraces for a touch of sunbathing. Your children will love the safe adventure play area with its climbing frame, parents can take a course in Qi Gong and Taî Chi, archery, rollerblading, or a guided trek, not to mention the lovely swimming pool and its terrace overlooking the mountains.

Your camping:

Has 50 places of 100m², 11 wooden chalets, 26 caravans, a swimming pool, a play area for the children with a climbing frame, tennis, volleyball and boules. There is a restaurant, pizzeria, laundry facilities, library, internet, small grocery shop, gift shop. The camping also organises courses in Qi Gong and Taî Chi, rollerblading, archery and there is a programme of guided walks, children’s club.

Your wooden chalet:(30m²)

It can take 4 persons and comprises:
Lounge area - Dining area - Well equipped kitchenette
Bedroom with double bed
Bedroom with 2 single beds
Shower room with washbasin and WC
Terrace - Furnished Garden area (Parasol - Sun beds)
Animals are accepted (with supplement)

Argelès-Gazost, Hautacam, Val d'Azun

In a gentle mountain setting, Argeles Gazost is a popular holiday destination, easily accessed, comfortable amenities, it is the ideal base to explore all the charms of the Pyrenees and particularly the Grand Sites. Close by is the beautiful Azun valley, unchanged and authentic…

You will adore

- Argeles Gazost, a small spa town with a beautiful valley location.
- The superb range of activities for families.
- A charming way-marked walking path from the square in St Savin to the Notre Dame de Pietat chapel and a superb view over the valley
- The intimacy of the Azun valley with its many mountain villages
- The originality of the flora and the fauna at the Pibeste Nature Reserve

  • From 1268 € /family -
  • Based on 2 adults + 2 children

The price includes

7 nights in a chalet on a 4 star campsite - 20 descents on the mountain bobsleigh run - 1 family pass for the Chloro'Fil treetop adventure park - 1 family pass for the Pyrenees Animal Park - 1 family pass for the Donjons des Aigles falconry centre - 1 family pass for the Lau Folies water park - 10 descents on the aerial runway - Booking fee.

The price does not include

Local taxes – Cancellation insurance.

Validity

July and August

And at the spa baths?

Head for the Bains du Rocher spa : indoor and outdoor lagoons, wave bath, water beds, steam room with mosaics, jade floors, pebbled walls... it is a very refined decor, a sublime relaxation...

Looking for great local produce?

Along the route you will come across a number of superb small restaurants and auberges. If you want to take something home, we suggest cheeses, gateau a la broche and honey...

The Pibeste Regional Natural Reserve:

The largest in France. It is an excellent place to observe vultures and the other birds of prey which nest here. There are a number of waymarked discovery trails, some of which are specially designed for families.

Spend a moment at Lac d'Estaing...

The road getting there is simply lovely, towering summits come into view as you approach the lake along a charming and gentle valley. The area around the lake is a protected zone. The setting is beautiful, perfect for family exploration, or a picnic, with many mountains streams crossing the grasslands.

The Tech lake is so accessible:

In summer one can drive right to its banks. There is a 800 metre long discovery trail close to the dam with 5 information points where the fauna, flora and the workings of the hydro-electric plant are explained.