Goigs dels Ous A tradition that dates back to the Middle Ages, the “goigs dels ous” (or “joie des oeufs” in French) are traditional Easter songs; ancient hymns sung by choirs in traditional Catalan costume,…

Growing up between the game reserves in South Africa and the wilderness of the Australian outback, Ian Pendry discovered a love for nature early on in life. At university in Sheffield he met Angela, an international mountain bike racer and skilled ski mountaineer. The rest, as they say, is history.

The Théâtre de l’Archipel is now a firm favourite on the cultural calendar of the P-O, but what you might not know is that it has a wild and fiesty sibling biting at its heels.
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Journée de la Femme International Women’s Day 2017 will be held on Wednesday 8th March, with activities taking place from 27th Feb – 19th March.  #BeBoldForChange The World Economic Forum predicts that gender disparity will…

Elne, ancient capital of Roussillon, its stones steeped in 2,500 years of history, is an inspiring and fascinating town Constantine, the first Christian emperor, changed its name from Illiberis to Elne in honour of his…

Carnival actually dates back to the ancient Greek spring festival in honour of Dionysus, the god of wine. It was a massive binge – a celebration of excess, and later the church, unable to suppress it, wisely adapted it instead to its own traditions.