Walking holidays

In the French Ariège, close to the Spanish border, you will find one of the most unspoilt walking areas in Europe. It is unlikely that you will come across a black bear, but actually some still live here! Nature is really dominant in the Ariège and the area is quite popular among holidaymakers who are fond of walking. A large part of the population depends on agriculture and livestock and the Ariège is one of the least populated areas in France.

 

The Mont Valier Massif is one of the largest nature reserves of the French Pyrenees and has a population of around 900 Isards (Pyrenean chamois).

The Pont Valier is one of the highest peaks in the Couserans (2838 meter) and absolutely worth climbing!

 

The famous GR10 also crosses this region, with the Mediterranean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Take a look around places like Seix or Oust or the bigger towns of St Girons and St Lizier. There is something special to be found in each town or village: an old Roman church or a busy market, a little vineyard or a dairy farm making its own cheeses. Visitors are welcome and it is often possible to taste and buy the products.

 

On www.wikiloc.com you will find numerous walks in the vicinity of Daumazan-sur-Arize!

 

 

 

Activities at Château Cazalères

In the early and late seasons, too, various activities are organised at the Château Cazalères Holiday Park. In these periods our own events committee, made up of home owners, organises a number of (sportive) activities each week. You are most...
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Markets in the Ariège

The weekly markets in the Ariège are at a short distance from Château Cazalères. Most of the markets are held in the mornings, so you will need to get up early to be able to buy the nicest articles and freshest organic vegetables.   In the...
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Holiday themes

A stay at Château Cazalères is meant to be a wonderful experience. Catering to all tastes and all ages, that is our motto. Of course the holiday park has numerous facilities itself, but the surroundings are also perfect for active or cultural...
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Canyoning in de Ariège

What is canyoning?   Falling from the mountains the water has cut its way through the rocks for many centuries. And hidden from sight to many walkers you will be able to see what lies behind the rocks in the form of spectacular gorges,...
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The cave of Mas d'Azil

Driving through a huge cave, in your own car? The Cave of Mas d’Azil, in the heart of Le Plantaurel Massif, is an enormous drive-through cave, which is absolutely unique because it is the only cave in Europe of this kind. The Arize river runs...
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The surroundings of Château Cazalères

You will find plenty of attractions and sights in the area surrounding our holiday park.   The region is beautiful, unspoilt and sunny. Its stunning nature offers numerous opportunities for sports and the area has a great many cultural...
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