Pau nestles at the foot of the Pyrenees, within easy reach of the ski lifts, the ocean and Spain and benefits from an exceptional climate and location. A visit to Pau Castle, the birthplace of Henry IV, during your trip through the town is a must. Take a guided tour to discover more about this monument steeped in history.
Shall we continue our visit? Take advantage of your stop here to visit the Bernadotte Museum and learn about the extraordinary destiny of a soldier who became the King of Sweden. Or visit the Museum of Fine Arts where you can admire the different collections from different eras.
Take advantage of the exceptional heritage sites in Pau by visiting one or more of these sites.
Feel like a pleasant stroll through the town of Pau? Wander up the Boulevard des Pyrénées that takes you from the castle to Beaumont Park and offers you unparalleled views of the Pyrenees. A legendary walk amid the flower beds and beautiful buildings.
Do you love good food? Pau is the historical capital of the Béarn and offers you all the gastronomic specialities of the Southwest and typical Béarn dishes. Give your taste buds a treat and sample the famous ‘poule au pot’ or the well-known Béarnaise sauce. Wine lovers will be enchanted by Jurançon, the renowned dry or sweet white wine.
During your camping holidays in the Hautes-Pyrénées stop a while in Pau. Discover a town full of charm and rich in history that will delight everyone. This town is truly worth the detour.
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