“This simple cabbage recipe is irresistible.” Suzanne Dunaway shares her PO-inspired recipes in this weekly blog.
We talk you through what to do if you are the closest relative of someone who has died in France and need to take care of the legal formalities and funeral arrangements.
Autumn is always magnificent in the Pyrénées-Orientales….but winter has much to praise here too.
The oak tree of the Trabucayres, which used to stand on the crossroads of the turn-off to Maureillas on the N9 coming out of Le Boulou to Le Perthus (very near the Auberge du Chene) was hollow and could hide up to nine villains.
Did you know that Rudyard Kipling wrote a short story during one of his stays in Vernet-les-Bains in 1911? ‘Why does it snow in Vernet’ pokes fun at the English habit of talking about the weather.
An update of local news in the Pyrenees-Orientales
February is when you begin to get to grips with the new planting year in your garden, depending on the weather of course.
Josep is a 74-minute animated film inspired by the life and work of Josep Bartolí, anti-Franco fighter and cartoonist, exiled in France during the Retirada.
Local foodie, Hilary Cacchio, shares her modern twist on the classic Catalan Vermut cocktail
The Garrotxa Volcanic Zone became a Natural Parc in 1985. It consists of more than thirty volcanic cones, most of them hidden in deep forests.