Ax les Thermes is a town located in the Pyrenees, right on the border of France and Spain and close to Andorra. The town has been a spa town since the Roman times, with the thermal waters regarded as the warmest in the Pyrenees.
In the 1950s, Ax les Thermes became a hotspot for skiers and snowboarders as well as spa-goers wanting to visit the huge Bains du Couloubret spa. Located at 1,400m above sea level, the AX-3 Domaines ski resort was built in the town with the gondola linking to Les Thermes. You can also access the resort via a 15-minute mountain drive.
The resort is referred to as the 3 Domaines because of its three ski areas named Saquet, Campels and Bonascre. The lowest, Bonascre, acts as a gateway to the town. Saquet is the highest domain in the region, with slopes from at heights of 2,300m. You can also get to Campels using the black and blue pistes that are popular in Domaine des Saquet.
The spa town of Les Thermes and the resort itself all have wonderful accommodation for visitors. Les Thermes is much more traditional than the purpose-built Domaines, the latter being much more convenient for avid skiers.
On the mountain itself is a beautiful outdoor terrace where guests can enjoy a drink while taking in the sights of the busy pistes. There are also notable restaurants such as La Pizzatiere, La Table du Sud Ouest and Couteaux Fourchettes for some of the finest food in the area. For great nightlife and drinks, visit Le Vieux Four.
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