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.
Cycle the region with Leigh and Merry Foster as they travel along the EV8 from Argelès sur Mer to Laroque des Albères
THERE are lots of reasons why people come to visit this beautiful part of France – sunshine, mountains, beaches, great food and wines etc, but there’s also a lesser-known attraction that brings thousands of visitors each year, particularly from the north of England… Rugby League.
Cycle the region with Leigh and Merry Foster as they travel from Palau del Vidre to Villeneuve de la Raho
Smart urinals’ in the ‘baños para hombres’ at Sants station
Only just received your much coveted and long awaited carte vitale? Well, you will soon (ish) be able to upload an ‘e-carte Vitale’ app onto your smartphone.
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.
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
There are many perks to working chez P-O Life, but one of our favs is sampling the wares provided by our partners. This week, we were invited by the lovely Wendy, personal trainer and Pilates instructor at Fit 66, to join one of her weekly classes.
As the days get longer, the temperatures rise and nature starts to bloom across the P-O, there’s never been a better time to shake bad lockdown habits and give a little thought to your health.