Eaux-Chaudes

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View of Eaux-Chaudes.

Coordinates: 42°57′14″N 0°26′22″W / 42.953862°N 0.439342°W / 42.953862; -0.439342 Eaux-Chaudes is a spa in the valley of the Gave d'Ossau in the French Pyrenees.

Location[edit]

The village is located beside the river, at the southern entrance to the Gorge du Hourat, it is separated from the spa town of Eaux-Bonnes by the Massif du Gourzy.[1]

Eaux-Chaudes circa 1886

Politically, Eaux-Chaudes forms part of the commune of Laruns in the département of Pyrénées-Atlantiques; the actual village of Laruns is some 4 km (2.5 mi) to the north on the D934.

Les Eaux Chaudes (Béarn) by Eugène de Malbos, in 1843

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reynolds, Kev (2004). The Pyrenees: The High Pyrenees from the Cirque De Lescun to the Carlit Massif. Cicerone Press. p. 135. ISBN 1-85284-420-5.