Luz-Saint-Sauveur is a village in the Pyrénées best known for its ski station, Luz Ardiden. However, for the non-skier it has many tourist attractions in Spring and Summer, beginning with the landscape. Wherever the eye can see, green blankets the view like one of those episodes of Heidi. The village itself has a lot of charm with its cobbled streets, river, and dozens of cheese and meat shops. Nearby there is a pictureques view from a hill where the houses conform to the contours of the mountain.