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  • Luz Ardiden - Grand Tourmalet - Gavarnie - Cauterets
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Skiing at multiple resorts in the Pyrenees


A nomadic slide to the heart of a country with lots of different settings enhanced by the magic of winter. Each resort has its own distinct identity: Cauterets and its Golden Age architecture, Luz Ardiden and its friendliness, Grand Tourmalet, the oldest resort of the French Pyrenees, dominated by the Pic du Midi, and lastly, Gavarnie and its majestic Cirque listed by UNESCO. In the evening, enjoy the lively atmosphere of a mountain village where everyone is happy.

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From 1818 € /family Based on 2 adults & 2 children

  • 8 days/7 nights in a 3-star residence
  • 6 days of skiing in 4 resorts (2 days in Luz Ardiden, 2 days in Grand Tourmalet, 1 day in Gavarnie and 1 day in Cauterets)
  • 1 2-hr pass to the Bains du Rocher spa centre

Contact Monique
to book this holiday package or receive informations

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

The strengths

  • An ideal base camp in Luz, a vibrant village
  • 6 days of skiing, 4 resorts, 4 types of sliding, 4 different atmospheres
  • Stunning views from each ski area

6 days of skiing to slide your ski points in complete freedom from place to place at 4 resorts.
After a day outdoors on the ski slopes, the Bains du Rocher thermal baths offer revitalisation and comfort.

2 days of skiing in Luz Adiden:

3 sliding areas; safe sledding tracks; the snowpark is accessible to beginners as well as veteran riders; La Combe de Piet, a mythical slope that guarantees thrills; lunch break with the family at a high-altitude restaurant...

2 days of skiing in Grand Tourmalet:

The largest ski area of the French Pyrenees; the trail of Ayré, between the forest of fir trees and superb scenery; freeride skiing at the Pic du Midi, elevation of over 1,700 m; a pause on the sunny terrace of one of the high-altitude restaurants...

1 day of skiing in Gavarnie:

A UNESCO World Heritage Site; an ideal ski area for beginners as well as experienced skiers; picnic tables set out facing the Brèche de Roland; the kids’ Park, with its banks, bumps and slalom for an initial slide that’s easy and fun...

1 day of skiing in Cauterets:

Very good natural snowcover all winter; skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, monoskiing, snowscooting, sledding; the blue slope from the ridges provides a complete tour of the ski area, always with a view; the covered beginners’ conveyor belts; the snack bar with homemade fries...

Standing residence in Luz Saint-Sauveur

Located just a few steps from the centre of Luz Saint Sauveur your tourist residence offers every comfort for a superb holiday. Luz is situated at the crossroads to all the great Pyrenean sites, from Gavarnie to the Grand Tourmalet, a superb base camp from which to explore both in summer and winter. The Col du Tourmalet and the World Heritage site of the Cirque de Gavarnie are very close. From this residence you can enjoy the ski resort of Luz Ardiden, it offers a magnificent panorama over the surrounding mountains. One can also discover the ski runs of the Grand Tourmalet and Gavarnie. The Luzea spa wins everyone’s vote for its subtle blend of neo-roman mosaiques, Napoleonic marble and modern furnishings. The residence is constructed in the local style and offers views over the whole valley and its peaks. At just a few minutes from the centre of the village you can enjoy the lively village of Luz Saint Sauveur with its typically Pyrenean ambience.

Your residence:

Has 80 apartments (from 4 to 8 persons), with terrace, garden or balcony, hammam, sauna, wave bath, indoor/outdoor heated pool, ski lockers.

2 bedroom apartment sleeps 5: (33m²):

Living area with double sofa bed - TV TNT
Bedroom with double bed
Box room with 1 single bed
Kitchenette (microwave, ceramic hobs, coffee maker, toaster, fridge, dishwasher)
Separate toilet
Animals are accepted (with supplement)

Luz Ardiden, your ski resort

Luz Ardiden is a young and dynamic ski resort. With its three ski areas of Aulian, Bédéret and the Combe de Piet, the resort offers a rich and varied terrain. In the village of Luz Saint Sauveur the ambience is festive, the village authentic.

The Grand Tourmalet, your ski resort

Beneath the towering the Pic du Midi de Bigorre the Grand Tourmalet ski resort has the largest ski area in the French Pyrenees.
On the Bareges side the ambience is of a typical Pyrenean village, on the La Mongie side you will find all the services of a 'foot of the slopes' resort in a high mountain setting. The Pic du Midi forma part of the ski area with fabulous freeride descents, Grand Tourmalet is Grand Skiing!

Gavarnie, your ski resort

The Cirque de Gavarnie is known throughout the world. In winter it is famous for its ice waterfalls and for its fabulous ice-climbing routes. The ski area is perfect for families and had exceptional panoramic views.

Cauterets, your ski resort

The village has a remarkable and original architecture with two ski areas. The Cirque de Lys for downhill skiing, its exposition guarantees excellent snow cover. Pont d'Espagne is the 'little Canada' of the Pyrenees, a magnificent site for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, exceptional scenery and sublime panoramas in the very heart of the Pyrenees National Park.

Les Bains du Rocher, your spa centre

At the heart of the National Park Cauterets has a lovely Belle Epoque feel, yet is a modern resort. The spa baths have floors with jade, decorative pebbled walls... The Bains du Rocher Spa offers a wonderful area dedicated to relaxation in an original and sophisticated setting.

Relaxation area

Naturally heated thermal waters flow both through the interior and exterior; inside it is a wonderful lagoon delicately lit beneath a majestic dome, outside one can bathe in the warm waters through all seasons of the year. Wind down with a bit of fun… swim against the current, jet massages, jacuzzi, jet baths and heated stone benches.
For your relaxation - mosaic lined steam baths, sauna, rest room with salt stones, the warm and welcoming ambience of the tisanerie (tea rooms)…
The stainless steel pool is the only one of its kind in the world!

Personalised treatment area

Soothe the body and the mind, the cabins are made of pearled glass with a view over the interior pool, Californian body sculpting, essentials oils from the Dead Sea, reflexology, our range of Galenic treatments…

Fitness area

Tone yourself up, practise yoga, fitness room, water gym, water bikes, personalised coaching…

  • From 1818 € /family -
  • Based on 2 adults & 2 children

The price includes

1 week in a 3-star residence - 6 days of skiing in 4 resorts (2 days in Luz Ardiden, 2 days in Grand Tourmalet, 1 day in Gavarnie and 1 day in Cauterets) - 1 2-hr pass to the Bains du Rocher spa centre - Booking fee.

The price does not include

Local taxes - Meals - Personal expenses.


Winter 2022/2023

Not to be missed at Luz Ardiden:

The Belle Bleu run is over 5 kms long and traverses two of the 3 ski areas of Luz Ardiden, from Aulian to Bederet. Everybody can appreciate the superb panorama from the ridge and from the two mountain restaurants.

Stress free holidays at Luz!

A free shuttle service operates between the village and the ski station for your convenience.

The Grand Tourmalet - the biggest:

The largest ski area in the French Pyrenees offers brilliant varied skiing. The area is on both sides of the famous Col du Tourmalet and beneath the towering Pic du Midi, the scenery is dramatic and ever changing. The new Panoramic run lives up to its name with a breathtaking view over the Pyrenees.

The Ayre run in Grand Tourmalet:

The ski runs through the beautiful forest of the Ayre are just magical, three pistes wind their way down the mountain in a setting from heaven, with the famous Chez Louisette restaurant tempting you inside at the bottom! These legendary runs once were used for the European ski championships.

Gavarnie, fine skiing at a World heritage site:

The Cirque de Gavarnie is the most famous natural arena in France. The majestic cirque is a World Heritage site. In winter its waterfalls freeze into dramatic ice formations, whilst its many towering peaks bring an extra dimension. The Cirque can be seen from the village and also from the ski resort. The Pic des Tentes chairlift offers a sensational panoramic view.

Take the green way at Gavarnie:

The longest green run in the Pyrenees is at Gavarnie, it traverse the whole ski area, starting from the ridge it has fantastic views from top to bottom.

The ridge run in Cauterets:

This blue run offers a fabulous panorama, there is a clear view over some of the most famous mountains in the Pyrenees : the Vignemale, the Neouvielle, the Pic du Midi. One can even see out of the mountains to the plains around Tarbes. It is accessed by two chairlifts (5 and 6 places). the edge of this piste are everyone's favourite picnic spot!