Cauterets is your spot for a great skiing vacation. Especially good for intermediate and beginning skiers, and all grades of snowboarders, Cauterets is also a major haven for walkers, climbers and cyclists, and is surrounded by countryside containing waterfalls and hot water springs. You can take your kids on a restored Victorian merry-go-round, or to one of two parks. You can also go hiking at Pont d'Espagne, or enjoy the view of the lake at Lac de Gaube. For those not interested in skiing or hiking, there is a swimming pool, a casino, mini golf, an ice rink, tennis courts, two boules pitches, and a games studio, or you can treat yourself to a visit to the grand Thermes Cesar, a thermal spa that was built in 1844.
After a long day on the slopes, relax at one of the Cauterets' fine restaurants, such as Abri du Benques, Assiette Gourmande, Bar L'Aragon, Bill Bar, Bodega Casa Manolo, Bodega el Julio, Cafe le Centre, Cafe le Paris, Carre d'As, Casa Manolo, Creperie Basque, Le Grande Tetras, Le P'tit Blues, Poulot-Cazajous Leon, Refuge, Relais du Pont D'Espagne Bar Le Schuss, Restaurant Chalet du Clot, Restaurant Le Carrousel, Restaurant Le Courbet, Restaurant Le Regent, Restaurant Le Vignemale, Restaurant Les Esteves, or Royalty. With all the great activities and dining in Cauterets, you don't want to spend more of your vacation budget than necessary on lodgings. Using EasyToBook.com will guarantee you're finding the best deal on a budget hotel in Cauterets.
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