Mauleon-Barousse

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It can be found roughly 420 miles from Paris, the capital of France.

The general area surrounding Mauleon-Barousse is home to some fabulous natural attractions. A short 20 miles away from Mauleon-Barousse you'll come across Aneto, while Pic du Midi de Bigorre is located a mere 20 miles away.

The snow is falling and the slopes are fresh. Go to one of Mauleon-Barousse's nearby ski parks, Soldeu Ski Resort or El Tarter Snow Park, to experience the time of your life.

Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges Cathedral and Cathédrale Ste-Marie, located in Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges, are interesting places to visit. This area is about 5 miles out of Mauleon-Barousse. Alternatively, you should stop by Pan Ski Lift and the TS du Tuc de Pan in Boutx. This nearby destination rests 10 miles away from Mauleon-Barousse.

Gouaux-de-Larboust is 13 miles southwest of Mauleon-Barousse. This regional center features a whole host of things to see, including Cap de Pales Ski Lift, Privilege Ski Lift and Serias Ski Lift. Don't head back until you've also checked out Serre Doumenge Ski Lift and TSD Serre Doumenge.

You won't want to miss the opportunity to take your tastebuds on a tour of the region's culinary traditions.

Start your gastronomic experience by trying out the abundance of dishes available, many featuring local ingredients, cheese and chicken.

Aligot (cheese and potato dish) and ratatouille (vegetable stew) are a pair of specialty menu items that are sure to provide visitors with the special taste of the region.

Those who have a little room left should try crepes, the perfect way to finish your taste experience.

The bars in this region often have Kronenbourg Blanc, so order one if you take pleasure in quality beer.

Don't leave without taking a few sips of hot chocolate, a locally beloved non-alcoholic drink.

Try armagnac, a local spirit. It's the perfect way to complete your dining experience.

To accompany your dining pleasure, order some local wine, like Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh and Côteaux du Languedoc.

Many of us wish our trips away lasted forever, but think about the wonderful stories you will have to tell when you bid "Au revoir / À bientôt" to Mauleon-Barousse.

When the time has come to depart, keep in mind that the closest airport is 35 miles to the northwest.


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