A refreshing change Tired of sand in every orifice? When the sea is calm and the sun is smiling, the beach is always a pleasure in the PO but sometimes it’s refreshing to leave the…
This walk, exploring the Forêt d’Argelès, starts by leaving the D914 at junction 13 and at the roundabout follow the sign for Mas Cristine…
If you want to discover wild landscapes, full of delights, with a rich and diverse flora and fauna, look no further than the Nyer Reserve.
This walk starts and ends at Paulilles, south of Port Vendres – the town has recently claimed the beach for its own, but that does not change the unspoiled beauty of its pebble-dashed sands and crystal clear blue water, nestling beneath immaculately terraced vines.
An excellent circular walk of approximately 4 1/2 hours with 550m of ascent. The walk offers wonderful views of the Corbières ridges and valleys and beyond.
After a long break due mainly to rain every time we tried to organise one, we finally did the latest in my occasional series of walks with lunch last Sunday.
This walk starts from Palalda, near Amélie-Les-Bains. With bar, postal museum that also sells crafts, and a sprinkling of artists/craftspeople, all of which may or may not be open depending on the day and time of year, the pretty medieval, cobbled village is well worth a visit itself.
Build your own walking programme in the Conflent by combining it with the train timetable* and have a nice cool day in the forests of the upper Tet valley, between altitudes 1500m and 1100m
The latest in the series of walks with a meal – this time dinner instead of lunch.
The walk is a steady climb up an unmetalled forest tack to the beautifully restored Chapelle de St. Laurent followed by a loop of footpaths through cork oak woods, taking in 2 ruined Mas before returning to the start