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Campsite Lourdes

Every year, the city of Lourdes receives more than six million visitors and pilgrims from all over the world. Now it’s your turn to be charmed by the unique beauty and power of this city nestled in…

Camping trip in Lourdes: a tailor-made experience with Le French Time

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Thanks to Le French Time’s Les Castels and Sites & Paysages campsites, it’s easy to combine fun, friendship and nature during a holiday in Lourdes. The campsite owners are on hand to welcome you and share their top tips. You can easily explore the surrounding area using your quirky holiday rental or camping pitch as a base, alternating between rural walks, mountain hikes and visits to some of Lourdes’ iconic monuments.

The fascinating history of Lourdes, from a small mountain village to an international pilgrimage centre

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The city is built on a rocky promontory, at the foot of the Pyrenees, in the natural region of Bigorre. On the 11th February 1958, when the young Bernadette Soubirous saw her first miraculous apparition in the Grotte de Massabielle cave, Lourdes was just a small mountain village. Very soon, residents from neighbouring towns and villages, who’d heard about the news, travelled to the rocky cavity in the hope that they too would witness a miracle. Over the months and years that followed, the Lourdes phenomenon grew, with believers and the mere curious visiting the city of the Marian apparition. A sanctuary was built a few years later, as well as the Basilica Notre-Dame-du-Rosaire and the Basilica of the Immaculée-Conception.



Camping holidays in Lourdes: the starting point for lots of excursions

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Lourdes’ geographical location make it the ideal starting point for various hikes in the Pyrenees. Set off to explore some of the region’s treasures with your family, friends or partner: some of the Pyrenees’ greatest mountain passes, the Pic du Midi de Bigorre or the Pyrenees National Park. Finally after your wonderful excursions, rest your weary limbs by investigating some of the region’s specialities; take a break and indulge in some comfort food in the form of Bigorre ham, apple crumble or lamb with haricot beans.

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