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Les Tilleuls Campsite

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Midi-Pyrenees, France.

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This site is at an altitude of 1100metres, and while that doesn't require acclimatisation, it does offer fantastic views across the mountains and deep green valleys and gorges of the Pyranees. The pitches are spread over four terraces so all 25 parties have a view of the Campbielh and the Cirque de Gavarnie, which have an almost irresistible appeal to hikers and walkers. This mountain camp is a good base for some other local natural attractions, including the Troumouse and Estaube and Bernatoire Lake and Le National Park. If you haven't heard of those natural attractions they're mountainous, sweeping and majestic.

Written by  Andy Kinght.

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