The French Pyrenees are a well-known mountain range in the south of France, forming a natural border between France and Spain.This expansive mountain range spans a distance of about 430 kilometres and is known for its beautiful ski slopes in winter and its lush, green landscapes in spring. Great places to visit during your camping holiday in the Pyrenees are the charming little towns of Luz St. Sauveur and Cauterets, and of course, Lourdes, the largest Catholic pilgrimage site in France.
1 campings found in Pyrenees
South of France - Pyrenees
- Unique swimming pool complex with 4 long slides
- Full entertainment programme for all ages
- Lourdes pilgrimage site only 10 minutes away
France - Brittany - Carantec
- Large water park with 3 long slides
- Mobile homes on beautiful, spacious pitches
- Visit the golf course at Carantec seaside resort
France - Normandy - Houlgate
- 1200 m² swimming pool complex with slides
- Regular dance evenings and live shows
- Several interesting towns in the vicinity
Our campsites in the Pyrenees
Les Trois Vallées is a beautiful campsite situated in the middle of the Pyrenees, just 10 minutes from the famous pilgrimage site of Lourdes. The campsite is equipped with a unique swimming pool complex, including indoor and outdoor pools, slides and rapids. You are guaranteed to have a truly wonderful holiday in the Pyrenees with Roan.
Do you like camping in sheer luxury at a campsite that has fantastic facilities and lacks nothing? If so, then Les Trois Vallées campsite is the ideal choice for you! This deluxe campsite has 2 types of luxury three-bedroomed mobile homes available for you, namely the Prestige Lounge and Vision Lounge models. Both mobile homes include satellite TV with Dutch channels, a dishwasher, free air conditioning and a luxurious lounge veranda with lounge sofa and comfortable cushions.
Are you finding it difficult to make a choice or do you simply want to find out more about our special offers? Please call us or email us for further information about our campsite in the Pyrenees.