Bourréac is a common urban area of Lourdes located 4 km from Lourdes. The village is at the center of a line of hills, 500-600 m above sea level, facing the Pyrenees, with, in particular, the Pic du Jer foreground Cabaliros on the Hautacam, the Montagues and Pic du Midi de Bigorre in the background. It dominates the plain of Lézignan balcony (village below) that opens into the town of Lourdes in the west.
The territory offers brands moraine deposits (sediments, stones and rocks) from the former glacier, 30,000 years ago, borrowed the valley of the Gave de Pau and covered the town site of Lourdes. The village has the distinction of having several sources on the northern slope of the municipal territory, in particular the source that fed Bidoli formerly the village and that of the network that feeds Coulat' DWS municipal association of Ribs Bourréac and Miramont.