The village takes its name from an abbey, long disappeared, and is perhaps most famous for having given its name to one of the heroes of Alexander Dumas' `Three Musketeers', Aramis.
It is the old capital of the Baretous. The valley of the Baretous links the Béarn with the Basque country and Aramits is in the centre of a lovely landscape of fields, rolling hills, oak copses with the towering Pyrénées looking on.
While its is the centre of a lot of tourist activities - and we mean activities - its annual sheep fair is a reminder of its strong agricultural traditions.
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