Le Train de La Rhune
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À propos de ce logement
Sur la commune de Sare, cet authentique train à crémaillère de collection datant de 1924 vous amène en 35 minutes, à 905 mètres d'altitude, sur le sommet mythique du Pays basque !
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Nice outdoor activity to enjoy the view on the French Basque country. Great to do it in family
A great day out in the Pyrenees. Take the train up and down the mountain or walk down (note, pretty steep descent in parts) with amazing views all around and into Spain
Tourist train built in 1912 carries you up the "La Rhune" mountain peak. Stunning views across the Pyreneen mountains, basque and les landes coast with wildlife of ponies, eagles and sheep.
Prenez le train, mais il vaut lieux réserver avant sur le site. Sublime promenade pour les petits et les grands // Take the train (better booking on the website) for a fabulous ride for the small and the big ones!
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