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Thread: Pyrenees accommodation - Advice please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisA View Post
    Appreciate that, but never been there before and I guess I just greedily want to make the most of it. Pointing a finger in the air and missing possible good stuff would make me sad


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    Yeah, I get that, but really there's nothing to miss as it's ALL great out there. You'll have a ball

    Having said that there's loads of recommended routes in the travel section on here if that's your thing

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    Agree with Outtomunch you really can’t go wrong by following your nose.

    But if you are after a recommendation take the A-136 north out of Biescas follow it all the way to Laruns then head east on the D918 all the way to Arreau from here make your way to Viella

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey_GS View Post
    Agree with Outtomunch you really can’t go wrong by following your nose.

    But if you are after a recommendation take the A-136 north out of Biescas follow it all the way to Laruns then head east on the D918 all the way to Arreau from here make your way to Viella
    Great. Thanks, I'll take a look.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisA View Post
    Is the N260 THE route? Ride mag had something and also the new TomTom 550 seems pretty good...looked at their website and there's a suggestion or two on there.

    Starting Santander, first night in San Sebastion and then 4 days in the Pyrenees leaving 3 to ride up through France to the ferry. Suggestions from experience very welcome
    If you stay in San Sebastian then try stay at the Mercure Monte Igueldo for a stunning view over the whole city/bay while you have a beer on the terrace.
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