The latest exhibition at Céret’s Museum of Modern Art is devoted to 16 works by Antoni Tàpies (1923- 2012), to mark the centenary of his birth.
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.
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.
This time we’re exploring the weird, the wonderful & one or two myths about creatures both common & rare that live alongside us in the PO.
Visit this wonderful museum which was a beacon of hope for expectant mothers exiled during the Retirada.
As we grow older, one of the greatest blocks to learning a language is memory. And yet many of us can still sing along to new songs – and remember the words!
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.
Filmed between Sète, Château de l’Esparrou in Canet, Port-La Nouvelle and Perpignan, there are plenty of locations that P-O fans will recognize tout de suite!
First week in December – Not a good weekend to pop across the border!
Useful vocabulary to help you through the festive period
…………. card – une carte de Noël
…………. day – le jour de Noël
…………. dinner – le Réveillon
…………. tree – le sapin