Located in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees, between France and Spain, close to Andorra on the vast plateau of Cerdagne, Font-Romeu offers a breathtaking view of the mountain ranges culminating at more than 2900 meters.

Choosing Font-Romeu is also falling in love with this typical and preserved Pyrenean village, located at 1800 meters above sea level, which made the choice of “Family Plus” Label.

Font-Romeu is a synthesis of mountain life and Pyrenean scenery, a happy alliance between water, sun and the warm welcome of its inhabitants. Open to Andorra via the three-nation road, Font-Romeu is also connected to Spain by the cadi tunnel. Font-Romeu is 21 km from Puigcerda, nicknamed the “little Barcelona”.

Font-Romeu in winter

In the heart of the Pyrenees, Font-Romeu is an internationally renowned family and winter sports resort. It offers one of the largest ski areas in the French Pyrenees, spread over two sectors (Font-Romeu and Pyrenees 2000) linked together, at various altitudes and exposures, for everyone’s enjoyment.

The resort has 43 km of ski trails, 111 km of Nordic ski slopes, 500 snow guns, a snow park, a toboggan area and runs, a children’s area and 2 snow gardens.

Font-Romeu in summer

Known as the sunniest resort in France with 3000 hours of sunshine per year, Font-Romeu benefits from extraordinary weather conditions.

This high altitude village lends itself very well to sports activities, soft or playful.