How to get to Aas
Flights from the UK
Ryanair flies direct from Stansted to Pau, which is the nearest airport at one hour's drive from Aas. Ryanair also fly into Biarritz - ideal for combining a beach and mountain holiday. Website : www.ryanair.co.uk
Flybe flies from Bristol, Birmingham and Southampton to Toulouse, and from Bristol to Bordeaux, both around three hours drive from Aas. Website: www.flybe.com
The best deals on car hire are generally through the airline websites.
Brittany ferries do crossings from Plymouth to Santander, five hours drive from Aas, and from Portsmouth to St Malo, nine hours drive away.Website: www.brittany-ferries.com
P and O do crossings also from Portsmouth to Bilbao (worth a visit in itself), four hours drive from Aas. Website: www.poferries.com
Geographic (GPS) coordinates: N 42°58.822' and W 0°23.996'
Click here: Google map (Directions shown from Pau airport, change place name in Box A for other points of departure. The directions take you through Pau city)
Driving to Aas from Pau Pyrenees international airport
These directions take you on the ring road around Pau, avoiding the city centre
At the next roundabout , take the first right
At the end of the bypass at Gan at the roundabout take the second exit
, signposted Vallee d'Ossau
After the bridge at Louvie Juzon, take the second exit on the roundabout signposted Gourette, Espagne
At Laruns go through the town centre, following
the signs "Toutes Directions". At the T junction follow the
signs to Espagne.
In Eaux Bonnes, follow the one-way system
around the square and drive down the other side.
Feel free to park outside the house to unload, after please park 20 metres further up on the left.
WELCOME TO AAS!