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Pont d'Espagne

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Pont d'Espagne

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If Cauterets was told to me ... guided tour just for you and your tribe!
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If Cauterets was told to me ... guided tour just for you and your tribe!

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Cauterets, renowned thermal spa, especially in the 19th century, will surprise you with the number of buildings it has preciously preserved and which will serve as a guide for your guide to tell you the unusual history of this mountain village. You will meet Chateaubriand, Victor Hugo and the sulphurous George Sand but also crowned heads housed in sumptuous hotels. Finally, you will unravel the mystery of the Cauterets train station and familiarize yourself with the flora and fauna of the Pyrenees presented on the facade of the Maison du Parc. A visit just for you and your tribe, suitable for children.
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Oct 2020
Manresa, Spain7,652 contributions679 helpful votes
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Pont d'Espagne are waterfalls located near Cauterets town, in French Pyrenees, in the South of France, near the border with Spain. It is a touristic zone, where you can come with the family and stay all day seeing the waterfalls, which are very nice, doing a picnic, eating or drinking something or only walking and playing in the surroundings. Also, it is possible to catch a cableway and go with it or by walk to Gaube Lake, which is wonderful. For me, this part is too much touristic, so there is full of people, but is is very nice. (See also Gaube Lake, Chemin des Cascades, Cascade du Lutour, Cascade du Cerisey)
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jorge C wrote a review Sep 2020
Puylaurens, France71 contributions14 helpful votes
We had an excellent lunch there earlier this week, very good service in a magical setting after a trek in the mountains.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Tiagusgv wrote a review Aug 2020
Lisbon, Portugal20 contributions5 helpful votes
Amazing place for a walk until Lac Gaube, about one hour walk plus 45min back. Amazing views. Not hard.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Stellazaway wrote a review Mar 2020
Scarborough, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Had hoped to have more snow but sunshine and beautiful snow tipped mountains made for a great day. Didn’t use gondola as only a short walk to main area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Keith W wrote a review Oct 2019
Sheffield, United Kingdom74 contributions27 helpful votes
Great spot in the Pyrenees. Great for walking but for the less energetic there are cable cars and ski lifts up to lake gaube. By tickets for the cable car and parking is free. Spectacular scenery and stunning views. Beware it's a very windy steep road to get there but as long as your not a nervous driver it's fine
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Date of experience: September 2019
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