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Aire sur L'Adour to SJPDP

corrie

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Camino(s) past & future
Le puy (2013)
Frances (2012)
Portuguese (2014)
Frances (2015)
Hi All,
I'm heading back to finish my Le Puy Camino from Aire sur L'Adour to SJPDP in August.

Are they any special diversions , sites, gites , food or experiences you could recommend for this section?

Information from this forum has been so helpful in shaping my previous Caminos ,
thank you in advance for your valuable insights
 

ChloeRose

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Camino(s) past & future
Le Puy route and Camino Frances 2015/16
I highly suggest staying at Hotel de la Paix in Aire sur L'Adour! I was stuck there for 10 days with foot troubles and they were exceptionally generous. The beds are comfy, the enormous bathroom/shower is a real luxury. And if I remember right, it's the same price as a regular gîte :)
 

corrie

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Le puy (2013)
Frances (2012)
Portuguese (2014)
Frances (2015)
I highly suggest staying at Hotel de la Paix in Aire sur L'Adour! I was stuck there for 10 days with foot troubles and they were exceptionally generous. The beds are comfy, the enormous bathroom/shower is a real luxury. And if I remember right, it's the same price as a regular gîte :)
Sounds like a great place to re-start, Thanks
For the tip!
 

amancio

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances, Norte, Primit, Salvador, Portug, Arag, Ingles, VdlP, Leban-Vadin, Fisterra, Invierno, LePuy
Hi Corrie,

I am actually planning that same stretch for september this year, any particular advice of places you would recommend. Chances are I would probably do these stages, any recommendation in particular?

Aire
Pimbo
Pomps
Le Grand Saule
Aorue
Ostabat
Orisson

I have heard Navarrenx is particularly pretty, so I might still change my plans... Thanks for any advise!
 

Lleslie

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances (2013)
Camino Via Podiensis (2018)
In May/June this year we stayed at gite Maison des Pelerin in Aire Sur l'dour, then did different stages to you til Aroue. Just before Aroue is La Ferme Bohoteguia which is one of our favourites, modern, great hosts and meal. They did load after load after load of washing for everyone for free. Dried and folded:) Stayed in Navarrenx which was lovely to look around but found the gite we stayed in (l'Alchemist) the most unwelcoming on our camino. In Ostabat we stayed at Gite d'etape Izarrak 800m past Ostabat where we had a great meal and entertainment with the host singing Basque songs with everyone joining in. Aroue to Ostabat we stayed on the GR65 and climbed up the hill to the chapel of Soyarce instead of the shorter varient. So worth while with grand views of the mountains and a it was here that I felt it all 'came together'. Bon chemin:)
 

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