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Marie Jeanne Borderolle
le village de Saligos
Luz Saint Sauveur


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Two separate cottages are available in a tranquil setting in the charming village of SALIGOS, which is home to only 85 people and located just 2 kilometers from Luz Saint Sauveur. These cozy apartments are situated on the ground floor of the owner's residence and feature a spacious private garden perfect for relaxation and outdoor activities. The property also offers amenities such as swings, a playground, and a private barbecue area. Additionally, guests will have access to private parking and can easily load and unload their vehicles thanks to the convenient paved road leading to the accommodations.

Guests will be treated to stunning panoramic views of the Pyrenees, providing a picturesque backdrop for their stay. For fishing enthusiasts, the Gave de Pau river is just 100 meters away, offering an ideal location for a day of angling. The cottages are also conveniently located near the entrance of the Pyrenees National Park, providing ample opportunities for scenic walks and exploration. Moreover, the renowned sites of Gavarnie and Lourdes are within close proximity, allowing guests to easily visit these world-famous attractions.

For those who enjoy winter sports, there are five ski resorts in the area to choose from. The Tourmalet in Bareges / La Mongie is a mere 9 kilometers away, while Luz Ardiden and Gavarnie are 14 and 20 kilometers away, respectively. Cauterets and Hautacam are also easily accessible ski resorts within the vicinity.

In addition to its natural beauty and recreational opportunities, the area is known for its spa facilities. The Luzéa spa in St Saviour is a short 2 kilometers away, while Bareges and Cauterets also offer nearby spa options.

Whether guests are seeking outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or simply a peaceful getaway, our cottages in Saligos offer the perfect base for exploring the breathtaking surroundings.


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  • Cirque de Gavarnie: Located about 12 kilometers from Saligos, Cirque de Gavarnie is a stunning natural amphitheater and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It features a massive waterfall, towering cliffs, and picturesque hiking trails, making it a popular destination for nature lovers and hikers.
  • Pic du Midi de Bigorre: Situated around 25 kilometers from Saligos, Pic du Midi de Bigorre is a majestic mountain peak reaching an elevation of 2,877 meters. It offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Pyrenees Mountains and beyond. The site also houses an astronomical observatory and a museum dedicated to astronomy and meteorology.
  • Pont d'Espagne: Found approximately 22 kilometers away from Saligos, Pont d'Espagne is a picturesque mountain bridge that serves as the gateway to the Pyrenees National Park. Visitors can enjoy stunning waterfalls, crystal-clear streams, and beautiful alpine landscapes. The area offers numerous hiking trails, including one that leads to the stunning Lac de Gaube.
  • Luz-Saint-Sauveur: Just a short distance from Saligos, Luz-Saint-Sauveur is a charming mountain town known for its thermal spas and traditional architecture. The town offers a range of amenities, including restaurants, shops, and historical sites like the 12th-century Saint-André church. It also serves as a starting point for various outdoor activities, such as skiing, hiking, and cycling.
  • Le Parc Animalier des Pyrénées: Situated about 15 kilometers from Saligos, this wildlife park is home to a variety of indigenous animals, including bears, wolves, lynxes, and deer. Visitors can observe these animals in spacious and natural habitats while enjoying educational exhibits and interactive activities.
  • Col du Tourmalet: Located approximately 30 kilometers from Saligos, Col du Tourmalet is one of the most famous mountain passes in the Pyrenees. It is a popular destination for cyclists, as it is frequently featured in the Tour de France. The pass offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
  • Grottes de Médous: Found around 40 kilometers away from Saligos, the Grottes de Médous are a network of caves with impressive rock formations and underground rivers. Guided tours allow visitors to explore the chambers and learn about the geological history of the area. These attractions offer a mix of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and outdoor activities, providing visitors to Le village de Saligos with a diverse range of experiences to enjoy.

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