Le Tour de France is coming to the P-O for the first time since 2009. Stage 15 on the 11th July 2021 is classed as a mountain stage, starting in our very own Céret and climbing 192km to the finish line in Andorra
Cycle the region with Leigh and Merry Foster as they travel along the EV8 from Argelès sur Mer to Laroque des Albères
All arrivals from inside the European Union are now required to present a negative PCR test
Whether new to the region, or long time residents, there are several international organisations in the P-O providing links between nationalities. They help people to settle in, reply to questions and problems, and offer new skills and interests within a social, supportive environment.
E-bikes are economical, ecological and accessible to all fitness levels, allowing you to put in as much, or as little, effort as you wish – and such fun on the many safe and dedicated bike tracks around the P-O
This month we’re heading up to to the mountain towns of Font Romeu and Les Angles, with a couple of stops en route to explore the historic walled towns of Villefranche and Mont Louis.
The confinement measures that are currently in place allow short trips close to the home, up to 1 hour per day and within a maximum radius of 1 km for physical activity (alone or with people from your household) or for the needs of pets. But do you know your limits?
Géotrek: download the FREE app, choose your activity, choose your route, and allow yourself to be guided through spectacular scenery
There is an unfathomable amount of mountain biking potential here. Between the summits and the sea you can ride to your heart’s content on trails suited to all abilities.
As of Monday 11th May, the confinement measures of the past 8 weeks have been eased for our region. This article is to help you respect the new travel rules that state you can move freely and without an attestation within a 100km radius of your home.