Not new, but just a reminder that your bank will NEVER ask you to click on a link in this way. It will only ever ask you to visit the site, using your own login and passport.
Have a go at our latest quiz to find out just how much you know about the Pyrénées-Orientales.
Where a Bank holiday falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday, many small businesses will ‘faire le pont’ (make a bridge) and take Friday or Monday off too to ;make a long weekend.
He’s mean, he’s smart, he’s fast, he’s agressive – and he’s blue.
Although its origins are a little hazy, many believe that the tradition of April Fool’s Day was actually born in France in the 16th century.
Shake off the cold dark winter and welcome in spring with the bright, colourful, topsy turvy world of carnaval in the Pyrénées-Orientales
The clever network of signal towers (tours à signaux) that you see on the high mountain tops around the region date back to the 13th century. They were originally set up by the Rois de Majorque as a defence system to protect the Roussillon from invaders and to enable the passing of information around the region, using fire and smoke signals.
P-O reader, Peter Spencer, has unearthed the story behind the monument in Céret, commemorating artists that have been drawn to the area and have links to Céret and the P-O. Part 1.
Suzanne Dunaway LOVES to cook. Some might say she LIVES to cook. Having cooked, written and painted around the world, here she shares her PO-inspired recipes in this weekly blog.
Your support would be really welcome at this fundraising musical evening for Ukraine refugees.