Travel route French Pyrenees


This travel route French Pyrenees takes you past mountains, small villages, beaches and historic cities. With a French ánd Spanish atmosphere. The whole route takes about 10.5 hours with 7 stops. You could do it in a week, but I recommend taking 10-14 days to really enjoy the area.


Want to take a nice train trip through/around the French Pyrenees, but don’t know where to go? I can highly recommend this travel route French Pyrenees! I made the trip myself in 2023 and would go back again in a heartbeat. We, like many Dutch people, used to go camping in the south of France. Not so traditional, my parents looked for a different campsite every year and preferably without other Dutch people and a bit more remote. So I saw an awful lot of France, but of course never knew exactly where I was. Train travelling in France really felt like coming home, and it was great to really get a picture again of the places we used to visit.

This route is a real favourite with me. It has everything; historic towns with castles, a unique slow train ride, beaches, mountains and cities. In this guide, you will find the inspiration for the route and basic information such as travel time, train costs, information about French trains and where to book tickets and some basic information about the different stops. The guide is intended for those who like to plan their own trips, but are especially very overwhelmed by the amount of choice with train journeys.

The travel route guide contains:

  • A ready-made route around the French Pyrenees
  • All the train information you need in France
  • Important train details such as travel time and a price indication for both high season and low season
  • Basic information about the stops you make
  • Links to blogs where you can find more information about locations on the route
  • Links to my go-to platforms for hotels and activities
  • Basic information about the country such as best travel time

The whole route takes about 10 hours and includes 7 stops (1 of which is a transfer stop). You could do the route in a week. If you want to take it a little slower, I would recommend 10 to 14 days.


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