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Roc de Massabielle - there is Lourdes with Marie and Bernadette and the surrounding valleys

Lourdes is famous for its pilgrimages. Every year the city attracts thousands of pilgrims, sick visitors travelling in groups or individually from all over the world.
To meet and to share is the day-to-day business of our Hosts during your stay, whether you are visiting for religious belief or tourism, as a family or in a group.

Access to the Sanctuaries is reached by foot from the hotel and made easy thanks to the lift to the Saint-Joseph door, just a few minutes away.

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In Lourdes, visits to the Cachot, the Moulin de Boly or the Castle are essential, as well as the visit by train to discover its history and heritage. Climbing the Pic du Jer funicular or discovering the Grévin or Nativity museums will be part of your discovery days.

The Way of Life of Bernadette presents Lourdes before, during and after the Apparitions of 1858. Immerse yourself in the Marian city as Bernadette has known and frequented it, and let yourself be guided by illustrated panels. This course, which can be done in 1h30, has seventeen points of interest. The route between the stations is free and several itineraries are proposed to you to discover the city.

For a stay that you choose to extend, with the surrounding valleys you can leave for the day and admire real prestigious sites such as Gavarnie classified World Heritage by Unesco with its circus, the Pont d'Espagne and Lake Gaube in Cauterets.

The Pic du Midi accessible by shuttle at a very small price, labeled as the Col du Tourmalet and Lourdes "Great Sites" will be on the menu of your escapades. Great landscapes and celebrities are on the program of your outings discoveries.

Closer to home, Argelès-Gazost with the Pyrenees Park, famous for its marmots, wolves and bears, will delight the children.
And in the direction of Aubisque Val d'Azun, with chapels, wash houses and dovecotes, Lake Estaing is preferred.

Tarbes with its stud farms, the Massey garden, Betharram and its caves are accessible in half an hour.

If you love sensations you will taste the joys of a rafting down the Gave de Pau, or hiking in the nearby valleys.

Closer to us, the path Henri IV allows the practice of mountain biking, hiking or horseback riding. Golf, on the edge of the lake will seduce more than one amateur ...


Hôtel Roc de Massabielle
3, rue Reine Astrid

Tel : 05 62 94 20 92

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