Lac des Bouillouses
This is in a protected area of the Pyrenees and has some great skiing in winter, however in summer it is delightfully cool location and there are many splendid walks around.
The Bouillouses lake and its surroundings are a protected natural site, known throughout France and Spain for its rugged landscape and many lakes. At an altitude of 2,000m, the mountain lake is the highest lake accessible by road and chairlift in the whole mountain range.
Situada en la Alta Cerdanya (parte francesa) no podemos dejar de destacar Les Bulloses (Les Bouillouses ren francés) por ser uno de los lugares más bellos y a la vez accesibles con niños no solo de la Cerdanya sino de todo el Pirineo y eso son palabras mayores. Les Bulloses son una serie de lagos…
Beautiful lake and great walks in the area. Please note you have to park nearby and get a bus during the summer months as you are not able to drive to the lake itself. The bus runs regularly and provides and excellent service.
Beautiful walks around a series of lakes. Free roaming cows and horses, great picnic spots, wide streams for paddling, amazing scenery - a must! During the summer you have to park and ride.
“Try taking a dip in these naturally occuring hot springs. This swimming pool is filled with the hot water and in the winter you can relax and float about with snow all round you. Can get very busy.”
“Excellents fromages de vaches de la ferme Essayez le fromage pour la raclette +++ Possibilité aussi d'acheter du fromages de brebis et de chèvres de producteurs locaux Ferme pédagogique, visite guidée pour les enfants à réserver”
“Baths next to the Gorges du Sègre, close to natural sulfurous hot springs. The thermal waters are naturally rich in sulfer and other minerals recognised for the relaxation, rhumatismal and/or muscular pains but also for the good treatment of skin and hair.”
“The Parc du Camporells is truly beautiful. The refuge is open during the ski season and during the summer. Whilst you can stay there overnight snacks and lunches are also available.”