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The town of Montréjeau


A location between Toulouse and Pau:

- Nestled beneath the mountains, Montréjeau is halfway between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, where the Neste and the Garonne meet. - As a genuine beauty spot in the shadow of the Pyrenees, the city overlooks the river Garonne. This valley makes Montréjeau, via the Val d’Aran and the Vielha Tunnel, a gateway to Spain.

Sights to see in Montréjeau: 

This ancient fortified town, which was founded in 1272, is home to a substantial architectural heritage, as the arcades in the town square and the private mansion houses demonstrate.
- Church of St-Jean (organ, octagonal bell tower, vault);
- Boulevard with panoramic view over the Pyrenees


Montréjeau is located adjacent to some of the Pyrenees’ finest ski resorts, including Cap-Nesté, Superbagnères, Peyragudes, Le Mourtis, Saint-Lary and La Mongie.