Béost, following in the footsteps of the Ossalois built heritage...
A heritage interpretation trail has been created in the village to highlight the quality and diversity of the architectural inscriptions and decorations on the houses, so typical of the Ossau Valley: floral, religious, political or professional motifs decorate the stones, lintels and cartouches on the facades...

Some of the houses are decorated with the shell, a reminder that Béost was a stopover on the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, as can be seen from the 12th-century castle and the church, where guided tours are organised.

From the village centre, there are some lovely walks, particularly to the hamlet of Bagès, which in the 19th century was the home of a shepherd who became a famous botanist (Pierrine Gaston Sacaze).

Note: the Col d'Aubisque is located in the commune of Béost.