Thuir, dynamic little town in the Aspres, is well worth a wander. Plenty of good restaurants, cafés and shops to while away a pleasant few hours, colourful and lively market….
Artist Karin Jolly invites you to an unusual exhibition that attempts to capture the identity of Céret town by using hair!
Useful Vocabulary Les vagues – waves La houle – swell Une marée basse/haute – low/high tide Les moutons – white horses Le littoral – coastline Les algues – seaweed Une bouée – rubber ring Un seau — bucket Une pelle — shovel Un râteau — rake Un coup de soleil – sunburn…..
The rollercoaster ride for Sterling continues… Just two weeks ago we saw a peak of €1.176. Since then it’s been a steady decline, currently sitting around €1.141
A trip on the ‘Train du Pays Cathare et du Fenouillèdes’ (TPCF) with its bright red and white carriages is not just recommended for train enthusiasts. Along the way, there are magnificent views, oceans of vines, Cathar castles – and plenty of opportunity for wine tasting!
When the fierce heat of the day recedes, head to one of the region’s many night markets for arts, crafts, jewellery, food, drink, souvenirs and more
Le chassé-croisé des juillettistes et des aoûtiens’ describes the traffic chaos on the roads of France late July/early August as the whole world and his wife heads off to or home from their hols, and the end of both months when the hols are over.
The Palais des Rois de Majorque is a must-see for the fine view from the impressive red brick ramparts across the city roofs to Canigou, to Queribus and the plain in between.
Académie de Musique 31st July – 11th August The Académie de Musique in Villelongue dels Monts is open to all musicians seeking to perfect their skills or enrich their musical understanding. Mentored by great figures…
An absolutely overwhelming world-class exhibition at le Musée Rigaud in Perpignan. As Franceinfo puts iti: “C’est l’un des grands événements culturels de l’été: Rodin-Maillol face à face”.