Explore the beauty
of the Hautes-Pyrénées

Discover the emblematic town of Lourdes. Situated in the heart of the Pyrenees, Lourdes is an ideal location, a practical base camp for a successful holiday.

Cultural Lourdes

Stroll through the picturesque narrow streets of Lourdes and discover the town's historic and architectural heritage: the Garnavie Tower, the covered market, the Palais des Congrès, the Town Hall, the Fountains, the Chateau Fort…

Lourdes Spiritual

Just a stone's throw from the campsite, visit the sanctuaries of Lourdes, France's largest Catholic pilgrimage centre. Discover the main places of worship in the area and walk in the footsteps of Bernadette Soubirous, from the grotto of the apparitions or the grotto of Massabielle in the heart of the sanctuary to the basilica of the Immaculate Conception, via the basilica of Notre-Dame du Rosaire and the underground basilica of Saint Pius X.

Lourdes Experiences

Just a few minutes from the town centre, at the summit of the Pic du Jer, you'll find a unique viewpoint offering breathtaking views of the town and the Pyrenees. Just 1 km from the campsite, Lake Lourdes offers an easy hike in a Canadian postcard setting.

Lourdes Gourmande

Visit the Halles de Lourdes to discover the region's culinary traditions and specialities, and sample dishes such as porc noir de Bigorre (Bigorre black pork) and gâteau à la broche (spit-roasted cake).

Grands Sites Occitanie
Cirque de Gavarnie

Gavarnie, a small mountain village on the Spanish border, is 45 km from Camping D'Arrouach. A well-known ski resort, the site is best known for the Gavarnie cirque and its Grande Cascade, classified by UNESCO as both a natural and cultural landscape.

Pic du Midi de Bigorre

Just 59 km from Camping D'Arrouach at the Pic du Midi de Bigorre, a sensational visit begins in a cable car cabin to the summit at 2,877 m and enjoy incredible panoramic views of the Pyrenees.

Cauterets - Pont d'Espagne

Cauterets- Pont d'Espagne 39 km from Camping D'Arrouach, discover Cauterets- Pont d'Espagne, a protected area of the Pyrenees forming part of the Pyrenees National Park which is sure to appeal to lovers of nature and wide open spaces.