With Font-Romeu you can choose from a delightful old village or a purpose-built station at the foot of the woody, cruisy slopes. The old village, complete with 12th-century church and contrasting modern National Scientific Research Centre, is linked to the slopes by a gondola that you ride both ways. You can also stay at Pyrenees 2000 - a purpose-built development at the foot of the lifts, and a short bus ride away.
The slopes span three partly wooded hills, with a good mix of runs, a terrain park and a snowcross. There are a couple of free beginner lifts and good progression to gentle greens. The resort caters well for beginners.There is a local lift pass, but the Neiges Catalan pass also covers Les Angles and six other resorts in the region. There are 111km of cross-country tracks.