Eaux-bonnes Tourism

Eaux-Bonnes (French for good waters; Occitan: Aigas Bonas) is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France. The historian Auguste Lorieux (1796–1842) died in Eaux-Bonnes. Nearby is the impressive villa Cockade, the construction of which is detailed in Dornford Yates's novel The House That Berry Built. Gourette is a winter sports resort located in the commune on the high mountain pass Col d'Aubisque.


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