Fish is quick to cook and scrumptious when fresh (really fresh fish should never smell too ’fishy’) but of course, it helps to know what you’re eating! Here is some useful vocabulary to help you choose your little fishy on a little dishy!
Everyone loves a vide-grenier! Check out these dates and let us know if we’ve missed any.
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
Traders from all over Catalonia and local retailers gather for this multi-sector fair. Crafts, retail products, market produce, art… different themed areas are set up within the Market on the Street Fair.
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.
Markets in the Pyrénées-Orientales. What you think of these markets?. Which ones have you been to? Was it good? Not so exciting? Are there other things going on? Have we got the days right?
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Although Covid restrictions mean the Village de Noël has been postponed until next year, there’s still plenty of Christmas cheer to be found in the coastal town of le Barcarès.
P-O Life Mag Summer is out! The paper version disappears like ‘gateaux chauds’ 🙂 so if you still haven’t managed to bag yourself a copy, try one in the following places.
Perpignan is gaining quite a reputation for its gourmet delights. Tony Goodman takes us on a tour of some of them.
Starting Friday 10th December and running through until Sunday 2nd January, Canet en Roussillon invites you to join them for a festive programme bursting with merriment and good cheer.