Nothing to do with the Alps
Is Pyrenees are a mountain range in southwestern Europe. They extend in length in an east-west direction over a distance of 430 kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea (Cap de Creus) to the Bay of Biscay (Cap Higuer). Culminating at 3,404 meters above sea level at the peak of Aneto, the Pyrenees form a geographical barrier separating the Iberian Peninsula in the south from the rest of continental Europe in the north. They constitute a natural border between Spain and France and are also home to the Principality of Andorra.
The Pyrenees chain crosses two regions and six French departments: from east to west the regions Occitanie (Pyrénées-Orientales, Aude, Ariège, Haute-Garonne and Hautes-Pyrénées) and Nouvelle-Aquitaine (Pyrénées-Atlantiques). On the Spanish side, it crosses four autonomous communities and seven provinces of Spain: from east to west Catalonia (Girona, Barcelona and Lleida), Aragon (Huesca and Zaragoza), Navarre (community made up of a single province of same name) and the Basque Autonomous Community (Guipúzcoa).