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Travellers who enjoy beautiful snowy mountain scenery and having fun in the outdoors should take the time to visit the Pyrenean village resort Les Angles in southern France. With Hotels.com, users can book their Les Angles hotels and not have to worry. It is all completed beforehand, making journeys less stressful as the bed is booked and waiting for you. Hotels.com lets users browse through their wide range of hotels, accompanied by pictures and descriptions of the rooms you can stay in. There are also reviews left by other users about their own stays in Les Angles accommodation. Hotels.com's map shows each of the hotels' specific locations to make them easy to find.

What's Les Angles Like?

The largest attraction near Les Angles hotels is the skiing resort. Open for beginners and experts, there are several slopes to experience. There is even one which leads straight down to the village! The resort also offers child friendly slopes. Not only is there skiing, but there are other outdoor excursions, museums and a park. The wildlife park lets you get close to nature, showing bears, deer and wolves in their natural habitat. Take a relaxing walk around the village and find all nine of the beautiful fountains there. If you fancy braving the cold, then there is diving underneath the ice covered lake near the village. Take to the skies with paragliding or try to complete the tree top adventure course. There is also mountain and forest trails, snowshoeing and dog sledging. Those who prefer the indoors can visit the Cal Panche exhibition hall, which has a variety of heritage exhibitions, or view the statues in the Saint Michel des Angles church.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Les Angles

When arriving at the village by car, make sure that your tyres are equipped with snow chains as winter tyres will not be able to handle Les Angles' snowy terrain. However, Les Angles also has shuttles and a car sharing scheme. Upon reaching the village, you can stroll around as everything in the village is in walking distance. Les Angles is a tourist spot, so it will be quite busy, but you don't have to learn French to visit and there is a tourism office. The region is most known for its wine growing and wine lovers can sample some of the local flavours. Hotels.com will help you find the bed most suited for you in the Les Angles hotels, letting you hit the slopes without worrying about where you will be staying the night.