Not to be missed

You arrive in Béarn, on this unknown land where 1000 activities and places are available to you... You want to go to the essentials and know the places not to be missed, the cream of the crop, the best, nothing but the top ? The Guide du Béarn offers a tight selection, admittedly subjective, but that relies on the most famous sites, the most famous villages, the pillars of our area. It's up to you to compose the stay of your dreams, among the essentials of Béarn!

According to my unmissable desires, includes tourist sites, towns, villages and bastides, the most famous places and representative of the tourist offer of Béarn.

Béarn: These unusual places that you must discover!

Béarn: These unusual places that you must discover!
Béarn: These unusual places that you must disc ...

Between the peaks of the Pyrenees and its pasture valleys, crossed by the " Gaves ", its pretty rivers, the nature of Béarn is preserved and offers an exceptional setting for many tourist ...

The Kakuetta Gorges, a spellbinding walk in the heart of the humid forest

The Kakuetta Gorges, a spellbinding walk in the heart of the humid forest
The Kakuetta Gorges, a spellbinding walk in th ...

Come with us for a wonderful walk close to Béarn, in the interior of the Basque Country. At the foot of the Pyrenees, between France and Spain, the remote region of Haute-Soule is home to one of ...

Discovery of the Jurançon vineyard at the Cave Coopérative de Gan

Discovery of the Jurançon vineyard at the Cave Coopérative de Gan
Discovery of the Jurançon vineyard at the Cave ...

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When you set off to explore a destination, tasting local products is essential! Béarn is a land of flavors par excellence where vineyards hold a special place. Facing the Pyrenees, Béarn can be ...

Unusual adventure in the bowels of the Earth: La Grotte de la Verna

Unusual adventure in the bowels of the Earth: La Grotte de la Verna
Unusual adventure in the bowels of the Earth:  ...

On holiday in Béarn-Pyrénées this fall, a mysterious site nestled in the limestone mountains of Haute-Soule and Barétous attracts nearly 100,000 tourists each year. Straddling the Béarn and ...