Idyllic Pyrenean holidays

Character cottage Le Fournil with magnificent panoramic views of the French Pyrenees, catering for 4. Rural and peaceful location, ideal for cycling, walking and all other outdoors activities, or just to unwind and relax. www.pyreneesgite.com
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It's going to be a beautiful day! www.pyreneesgite.com

It's going to be a beautiful day! www.pyreneesgite.com

Fancy a cycling holiday in a stunning part of the French Pyrenees? Come and stay with us   www.pyreneescyclingholidays.com

Fancy a cycling holiday in a stunning part of the French Pyrenees? Come and stay with us www.pyreneescyclingholidays.com

Come and visit in winter to see for yourself how cosy Le Fournil is!

Come and visit in winter to see for yourself how cosy Le Fournil is!

Enjoy the gorgeous mountain views from the pool www.pyreneesgite.com

Enjoy the gorgeous mountain views from the pool www.pyreneesgite.com

Le Couloumé, our house, Le Fournil is the cottage on the right www.pyreneesgite.com

Le Couloumé, our house, Le Fournil is the cottage on the right www.pyreneesgite.com

Le Fournil cottage - Cosy lounge. www.pyreneesgite.com

Le Fournil cottage - Cosy lounge. www.pyreneesgite.com

Notre-Dame des Cyclistes: this special little chapel, situated in the commune of Labastide-d'Armagnac in the Landes département, is all that remains of a C12th fortress of the Knights Templar. On 18 May 1959, Pope John XXIII agreed to establishing the old chapel as a National Sanctuary of Cycling and Cyclists under the protection of the Virgin: Our Lady of Cyclists. The Tour de France has passed the chapel four times: in 1984, 1989, 1995 and 2000

Notre-Dame des Cyclistes: this special little chapel, situated in the commune of Labastide-d'Armagnac in the Landes département, is all that remains of a C12th fortress of the Knights Templar. On 18 May 1959, Pope John XXIII agreed to establishing the old chapel as a National Sanctuary of Cycling and Cyclists under the protection of the Virgin: Our Lady of Cyclists. The Tour de France has passed the chapel four times: in 1984, 1989, 1995 and 2000


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