Each year, the Ermitage de la Saint Ferréol bursts with life with the annual Festa Major. Tradition, religion, food and drink… it’s a firm favourite with the locals.
St Ferréol hermitage where the view changes around every corner of its tree-filled grounds. Walk one way and you’ll see the Pyrenees melt into a Matisse-blue sea, go through the old stone gateway and Mount Canigou and entourage wearing their capes of early snow dominate the mountainscape.
Walk the Region with Tim and Chris Parker Circular to and from Ermitage de St Ferréol A short circular walk of 2hrs plus time to enjoy the scenery and visit the Ermitage. It is suitable…
L’ermitage de St Ferréol from Céret Situated to the north east of Cérêt, at an altitude of 300m, this 13th century chapel had the hermitage added in the 18th century and other buildings…
What’s on around the region this September
Once again, the department throws open the doors of many of its museums, exhibitions and cultural centres, and invites visitors and residents alike to share the Catalan culture.
Summer in the Vallespir After a confined spring indoors, where better to let your hair down outdoors (with care) than the Vallespir? Hiking, biking, canyoning, tree climbing, teleski, paddle, canoe, paragliding are just some of…
The Vallespir comprises ten communes, each one bursting with unique charm and character, and summer is the perfect excuse to get out and explore.
What’s on around the region in July 2019
What’s on around the region in June 2019