Airotel Pyrénées

from £14.20 to £44.70 Per unit


  • A popular site for families

    Great site for families

  • A great site for walking

    Top site for walking

  • Campsites ideally located for experiencing local culture

    Great site for culture

A superb mountain setting, much enjoyed by campers of all ages, with great views and on-site facilities, and the town close by

A friendly and relaxing site, with lots of facilities, a breathtaking mountain location close to town and wonderful views from the site, all make a winning combination. Whether you want to be active or just relax this location takes some beating – and it’s only a short walk into the town too. Visit mountains and passes made famous by the Tour de France, or try more adventurous activities such as white water rafting, canyoning or paragliding.

Owned and run by the Theil family, English spoken.


Mountain setting, just over 0.5 mile walk to Luz-Saint Sauveur town centre. Col du Tourmalet (2,115m / 6,938ft) 12 miles, Cirque de Gavarnie 13 miles, Lourdes pilgrimage town 20 miles, Pau 45 miles.

Local transport (2017): Bus stop approximately 1km for services to Lourdes (infrequent).


Open and part-shaded pitches, some on terraces; all with optional 6A/10A electricity.


Low Season
Quiet, with the benefit of the heated indoor pool, the town and other local facilities.

High Season
Busy but not overrun, with plenty to do on site and in surrounding area.

Worth noting
- 13.7-18.8 (2019) minimum stay 3 nights, maximum unit length 8m

- BBQs permitted

- Dogs welcome (not allowed in most National Parks)

- Ice pack freezing

- THE SITE BARRIER is open from 0700 to 2230

Site Accessibility

Dedicated accessible facilities

Excellent well-adapted site. Small step to reception. Special unisex washrooms including: shower with grab rail and seat; washbasin, low level mirror and low level clothes hook; wc with grab rail. Flat and sloping terrain, with main routes and pathways of tarmac. Swimming pool access through footbath.


Airotel Pyrénées has the following facilities on or around the site.

  • Indoor and outdoor pools, waterslides, paddling pools

    Indoor and outdoor pools, waterslides, paddling pools

  • Basic shop

    Basic shop

  • Play area

    Play area

  • Short climbing wall

    Short climbing wall

  • Children's activities

    Children's activities

  • Mountain excursions arranged

    Mountain excursions arranged

  • Washing machines

    Washing machines

  • Fishing nearby

    Fishing nearby

  • Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath

    Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath

  • Snacks and take-away

    Snacks and take-away

  • Multisports court

    Multisports court

  • Fitness room

    Fitness room

  • Entertainment


  • Modern wash blocks

    Modern wash blocks

  • Bars and restaurants 700m

    Bars and restaurants 700m

  • Wi-fi on pitches (free).

    Wi-fi on pitches (free).


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A very warm welcome from the staff, who speak perfect English and nothing seems too much...

This review is for Airotel Pyrénées

A very warm welcome from the staff, who speak perfect English and nothing seems too much trouble. The site is on a steep slope so, although the pitches are terraced, it's quite a walk up to reception. The weather is quite volatile due to the location and we went from 40 degrees with unbroken sunshine to torrential rain and thunderstorms to giant hailstones within the space of three days. Tent pitches are mainly at the bottom of the site and are level and spacious. Because this area is separated from the rest of the site by the large toilet block it has the feeling of a much smaller site. Please note that you need a Euro adapter for the EHU. The excellent children's playground and bouncy castle is in this area so expect to hear children playing during the day. There are four swimmimg pools on the site (speedos compulsory), including one indoor and one with waterslides. These never seemed to be overcrowded. There is also a good gym, a climbing wall, multi-sports pitch and table tennis so it's possible to spend the day on the site. Entertainment is provided for children most days, ranging from crafts to dance evenings. The only thing that might put people off is the unisex toilet block, although you do get used to this after a day or two. The block contains more than enough toilets and showers, plus the washing up sinks and laundry facilities. All areas were kept very clean. There's no bar or restaurant onsite but there is a takeaway and you can order bread and pastries for the following morning from the shop. The shop itself is otherwise pretty poor being limited to little more than drinks and ice cream. This isn't a problem as there's a very good supermarket less than a mile up the road. The town of Luz Saint Sauveur is less than a ten minute walk up the road and has dozens of very good restaurants, bars and shops and a bowling alley. Highly recommended site!

  • Towing: Moderate
  • Location: Town,Country
  • Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
  • Friendliness: 5
  • Cleanliness: 5
  • Facilities: 5


Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.

Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.

Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.

Contact Centre Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday

(Closed 1.00pm-1.30pm on Wednesday, closed Bank Holidays)

More information on pricing can be found here.