Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges is transformed into a medieval village for a weekend festival every July. Soak up the medieval atmosphere of jesters, musicians and warriors all dressed in period costume.
The only natural steam room in Europe, the Vaporarium is a carved 160 metre long underground rock gallery. With an average temperature of 37 degrees, it’s a great way to revitalise tired muscles.
In August, Luchon bathes in a perfume of flowers for a five day festival featuring floral floats, music, dancing and a ‘Miss Fleurs’ competition.
Do as the locals do and stop at a cafe to watch the world go by.
Visit a local street market and buy fresh produce direct from the producers. There is one available in our area on most days of the week.
A Celtic tradition dating back over a thousand years celebrating the summer solstice with fire and a fertility dance.
Enjoy a tapas lunch when you ride across the border to Spain. We can help recommend a good cafe or restaurant.
Every July, Saint-Beat once again becomes the ‘City of Marble,’ welcoming international sculptors. Try your hand at sculpturing marble, bronze or stone.
The burning of the Haro (split tree trunk) fertilises Mother Earth, ensuring a successful harvest.
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