Detailed maps and plans of the Font Romeu ski resort

Font Romeu

Fancy some mountain air? Come and discover the Font Romeu resort, located near the Spanish border!

The snowflakes are gradually settling on the Cerdagne plateau, giving Font-Romeu a thick coat of white. Wax your skis, sharpen your snowboards, and take everything you need to enjoy this winter resort.

To help you enjoy your getaway even more, Generation Voyage provides you with the most important maps of the city. For each map, you have the option of enlarging it. To download the maps & plans, right-click and « Save as ».

Detailed map of Font-Romeu

In the map below, you’ll find all the information you need to get around town, as well as all the places of interest.

Carte Plan Font Romeu

Photo credit – Official website

Station map

The Font-Romeu Pyrénées 2000 ski resort offers both downhill and cross-country skiing. The ski area is divided into 43 runs with the following levels of difficulty:

  • 37% of the total area is covered by green trails;
  • 22% of the total surface area is blue runway;
  • 20% of the total area is red track;
  • 22% of the total area is black piste.

Depending on your preferences, you can go downhill or cross-country skiing.

Downhill ski slope

The map below shows which parts of the ski area are suitable for this activity.

Plan des pistes alpin

Photo Credit : Site Officiel

Nordic ski trail

The Nordic area is also open to you. 111 kilometers of trails are available for this purpose. You’ll find them on the map below.

Plan des pistes nordique FRP2000

Photo Credit : Site Officiel

Access map: parking lots

Almost 400 spaces are available in various pay parking lots. You’ll find them on the map below.

Parking Payant Font Romeu

Photo Credit : Site Officiel

Detailed restaurant map

On this map, you’ll see where most of Font-Romeu’s restaurants are located. From simple burgers to traditional cuisine, there’s something for everyone.

Route map

By car

One of the simplest solutions, but one that can be time-consuming, is to take your car. From Paris, just take the A20 freeway to Romeu. The journey takes almost 9 hours.

From Lyon, you’ll need to take theA7 to Orange, then turn off onto theA9 at Orange to reach your destination. Your estimated journey time is 6 hours.

By Plane

The nearest airport to Font-Romeu is Perpignan. To get there, you can rent a car or book a shuttle by clicking on this link.

To find your flight at the best price, don’t hesitate to use a flight comparator like Skyscanner.

By train

As with air travel, you’ll need to arrive at the Perpignan train station. It is served directly from Paris via the TGV, as well as from Lyon.

To complete the last few kilometers to your holiday destination, you’ll need to rent a car or book a shuttle. You can book yours by clicking on this link.

You now have everything you need for a successful trip to Font-Romeu!