The Red Box: Previously unseen photos of the Spanish Civil War at Galérie Marianne in Argeles Village
Check out the state of the pound/euro this week.
What do wooden crutches, miniature boats and faint words scrawled on an altar have in common? Each one is a thank you to God or a saint for divine intervention.
Le Boulou is working hard to shake off its past image of gridlocked traffic, and a walk around the panoramic battle site, followed by a wander around this much improved little town is recommended.
Make sure that you buy seasoned firewood that has been cut and dried out for at least a year….
There are still some harvests to gather in the garden – the last few marrows and gourds need to be picked before the frosts, and the rows of parsnips are now demanding to be harvested to provide winter delights such as parsnip chips and curried parsnip soup, which are practically unknown to the French.
This is one of our favourite walks which we have done many times. The views are stunning, wild flowers, rosemary, thyme, lavender and gorse. The smell is wonderful at any time of the year.
Situated in the heart of Occitanie, the Lauragais is largely ignored by the millions who visit its neighbours each year – Toulouse and Carcassonne. Discover the rich history of this special place with Colin Duncan Taylor’s latest book.
Edouard Philippe is allowing individual départements to make a decision on whether to keep the 80km/h speed limit introduced in 2018 or return to 90km/h
A delightful circular walk of approximately 2h 20mins with good paths.