The French Pyrenees is an ideal haven for nature lovers. It boasts a variety of animals, plants and landscapes that range from high mountains, green valleys, pristine lakes and flowing waterfalls. This high altitude terrain offers great hiking trails through old forests and streams, It is a famous ski area.
The area of the Pyrenees is known as a spiritually inspired place. It is home to the Guavarni Circus, a cathedral of nature built of granite rock walls located 3,000 meters high, and the sanctuaries of Lourdes, the largest Catholic pilgrimage site in France. The region also hosts many Roman churches Along the route of medieval pilgrims to Santiago de la Compostela in Spain.
The most important tourist attractions in the Pyrenees
This place is one of the most photographed spots in the Upper Pyrenees, a circular ring of mountainous granite walls that seem to surround the valley as if it were a huge church. These walls have been formed by the erosion of glaciers millions of years ago. Numerous scenic mountain peaks and waterfalls are most notably the Grand Cascade is the highest waterfall in Europe where it falls from a height of 422 meters.
Lord is and
One of the most important destinations of Catholic pilgrimage in the world, this city was a small town in the forest until 1858, and was famous for its therapeutic waters that attracted thousands of visitors for centuries. To this day, Lord receives about 6 million visitors a year, The city is a 19th-century pink church, a 2000-square-meter Byzantine church, Marian chapels dedicated to the Virgin Mary, decorated with Venetian-style mosaics, and a cave that accommodates 20,000 people under the sun. The ninth hour 11 pm.
Saint-Bertrand de Cumming
Saint Bertrand de Cumming is located on a hill above the Garon River, an attractive place for the afternoon. This historic village was the site of an ancient Roman city with a population of 60,000. The excavations revealed the forum, the temple, the baths, the theater and the marina. The Cummings Museum, which displays statues from the first and second centuries AD and the Roman Church of Notre Dame dating back to the 13th century, was an important stopover on the medieval pilgrimage route to Santiago de la Compostela, Spain, and the Roman monastery with a large column inscribed with figures of the Evangelical The village is also famous for its annual music festival, which takes place during several weeks of summer.