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Saint-Lary Le paradis

You've had the right idea to stay in Saint-Lary Soulan, we'll take care of everything.


You’re anxious at the mere prospect of not knowing how to keep your children occupied during your family holiday in the mountains. You feel guilty at the idea of making the most of this well-deserved vacation, dreading that you won’t remain that exemplary mother, once again ready to sacrifice herself for the happiness of her offspring. Relax…

Activities for the whole week


As soon as you arrive in this small mountain village in the Hautes-Pyrénées, head for the tourist office. Don’t hesitate to beg the receptionists with an anxious look when you ask if there are any activities organized for children. Then let that sweet euphoria wash over you as you discover that this village, labeled “Famille Plus Montagne”, is a pitchouns’ paradise. Try not to giggle with delight when you learn that a personalized welcome is reserved for families, and that entertainment and activities are organized daily for children. You can then begin to gloat inwardly as you meticulously prepare their schedule for the week.

Implement a strategy of exhaustion
Feel no pity. If you have any doubts about your little one’s ability to enjoy the pleasures of gliding, as soon as you arrive, take advantage of the initiation offered by the “Bear Academy” to reassure yourself. Then sign him up for Club Piou Piou and book individual lessons for the older child. Remember that by entrusting your children to professionals, you’ll at least be able to enjoy a few hours of peace of mind. You can even go so far as to invite their father to take those precious photos that will help you create that album of memories that will delight the whole family. Just remember that after a few hours on the slopes, you’ll already have taken a good bite out of their exhausting propensity to run around.

Without skiing, the village is on the move

Give them no rest

While your youngest is begging for a nap, invite your husband to accompany the oldest to the Kid Park , located at Pla d’Adet. When you discover the progress he’ll have made in such a short time, you’re likely to hear about it for ages. When your little one wakes up, you’ve got at least two options. One of the family-friendly outings, during which he’ll be able to exhaust himself again in complete safety, or a magical stay at the leisure center. Enjoy the prospect of making friends and begging you to sign him up to spend his afternoons there. At least once a week, consider doing one of the two family orienteering courses.

You can already feel that their resistance is waning and that they’re not far from a knockout. Don’t feel sorry for them. Draw the ultimate weapon to finish them off: the outdoor rink. Jubilate at the prospect of seeing your youngest clinging to his father until he bravely manages to make it a few meters on his own, and encourage your oldest to tame the triple Lutz with each of his sometimes involuntary attempts. I guarantee that after half an hour, they’ll be begging you to go to bed. Then you’ll feel the joy of having accomplished your mission.

And finally...

Don't forget the must-haves

Make their encounter with Monsieur Patou a lasting memory. Immortalize the moment for the family album. Take advantage of their insatiable curiosity to visit the House of Heritage Museum and the House of the Pyrenees National Park. Take advantage of the Family Pass to rejuvenate at Sensoria Rio. And don’t forget the traditional torchlight descent. It will inevitably inspire one of your two offspring to become a ski instructor. And last but not least, book a babysitter at the tourist office for a romantic evening.



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