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Three days
in the Val d'Azun

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  • Responsible travelling

    Enjoy a short stay in the Val d'Azun in the heart of the Pyrenees National Park. From accommodation to gastronomy and hiking, the activities labeled "National Park Spirit" promote sustainable tourism in the Gavarnie Valleys.

    Accommodation closer to nature

    A MOUNTAIN CAMPSITE
    Anthony Garcia
    Anthony Garcia
    Do you want to practice sustainable tourism by choosing responsible accommodation?

     

    In the village of None, the Azun Nature campsite is labeled " National park spirit both for its pitches and for its hamlet of “Nature & Bois” chalets. These accommodations with clean and contemporary lines promise a warm atmosphere, but also a breathtaking view of the mountain.

     

    After a day of hiking, you can relax in the "La Cabana'SPA" wellness area equipped with a sauna, a spa overflow and a Nordic bath. In summer, enjoy a session of yoga on the terrace with the peaks of the Midi, Arrens and Gabizos as a backdrop. 

     

    All eco-responsible accommodations

    Gentle activities in the mountains

    REJUVENATE IN FULL NATURE 

    Enjoy a guided hike to discover the Val d'Azun from the village of Arrens-Marsous or that of None. These walks stamped "National Park Spirit" offer another view of the mountains. 

    RANDONNÉE

    Meeting with a shepherd

    Accompanied by a guide from the Val d'Azun mountain office, set off for an encounter with a shepherd the time of a day. This easy hike takes you from the village of Arrens to the summer pastures, where Baptiste awaits you with his herd of cows.

    Pierre Meyer
    © Manon Vallin
    Flock of sheep in the Gavarnie Valleys

    After two hours of walking through meadows, barns and small mountain paths, experience an encounter with pastoral traditions. You will take the herd back to the farm to participate in the daily ritual of milking for the production of a tasty farmhouse cheese.

    NIGHT OUTING 

    Sunset at the top

    Anthony Garcia
    And if you choose to go hiking at the end of the day to discover the Val d'Azun differently?

    Alongside Gwenaelle, mountain guide, you walk from the village of None by the path that leads to Lake Soum. You will appreciate the subdued atmosphere and the scents revealed by nature at nightfall.  
     
    While admiring the sunset facing the main peaks of the Pyrenees, you can enjoy a traditional pie and savor a herbal tea from the valley. Along the walk sunset at the top », you will be lulled by the tales et Pyrenean readings on the theme of the night. The return under the moonlight and the starry sky promises wonderful memories. 

    Responsible stays with Gwénaëlle

    Taste local products

    THE FLAVORS OF THE MOUNTAIN

    Because a successful stay also involves gastronomy, we have selected for you three unmissable gourmet addresses in the Val d'Azun, labeled "National Park Spirit". 

    An address at the foot of the peaks

    Pic de Pan Inn

    Let yourself be seduced by the charm and authenticity of Pic de Pan Inn, located in a mountain hut at 1 meters above sea level facing the Col du Soulor. With a breathtaking view of the Pic de Pan, you can savor tasty mountain cuisine prepared with local produce of the season. We taste the French Ham and Vegetable Stew, Pic de Pan raclette (in winter only), mountain toast, trout from the Pyrenees or even the famous black pork from Bigorre… 

    PYRENEES CHEESE

    Cazaux Farm 

    In the heights of the village of Arrens-Marsous, at 1 meters above sea level, discover the daily life of a family of farmers who have lived on the farm for four generations. There Cazaux Farm raises his herds of cows and sheep and produces a delicious cheese from the Pyrenees. The pressed and uncooked paste is then matured for 2 to 6 months. If you want to taste it, go to the farm where almost all of the production is sold there directly! 

    © Antoine Garcia
    Val d'Azun cheese – Pyrenees
    VAL D'AZUN HONEY

    The Arrensois apiary 

    In the village of Arrens-Marsous, Fabien harvests honey from wild flowers produced by black bees. Enjoy a visit to the honey house and let yourself be tempted by a small jar of rhododendron honey du Apiary Arrensois. Other flavors are to be discovered such as heather honey, dandelion honey, linden honey and all-flower honey.

    © Antoine Garcia
    Honey from the Pyrenees

    National park spirit 

    A BRAND INSPIRED BY NATURE 

    The local actors of the Val d'Azun committed to the "National park spirit" brand, encourage sustainable tourism that respects the environment. The mark is granted to those who are committed to promoting the values ​​of nature protection and sustainable economic development in the National Parks of France.
     
    The accommodations, activities or businesses selected have therefore implemented eco-responsible practices to meet the brand's criteria and engage in a sustainable development approach. Thanks to their involvement, each small action contributes to the preservation of the environment and to the awareness of travelers to the challenges of sustainable development. 

    © Antoine Garcia
    Local products of the Esprit National Park brand - Pyrenees
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