If, like me, you prefer the paper version, you will be able to pick it up from all the usual places around the region from the 1st July.
But it will be worth waiting for – promise!
As our budget limits us to printing a maximum of 13,000 copies, you may already have noticed that they disappear very quickly. We suggest you ‘order’ one to be saved at one of the main tourist offices, or at one of our advertisers, most of whom stock the mag and will be happy to put one aside for you.
Copies can be found at Perpignan airport, Leroy Merlin, the Palais des Congrès, all main tourist offices, various restaurants and shops around the region, most Intermarchés and Carrefours, the FNAC in Perpignan, La Noisette café in Argelès, Café des Artistes in Laroque……and loads of other places…..and of course chez many of our advertisers.
If there are none left, please ask them to ring us and we can take in more.
As usual, P-O Life brings you walks, restaurant reviews, recipes, airport news, French and English language exercises, silly jokes, days out…… and a host of talented guest writers who have volunteered (or been volunteered) to be your personal guides around the region.
My grateful thanks to them all – they are what make P-O Life special!
Our days out in this edition are full of art and music: Dali in Céret, Picasso in Perpignan, Casals in the Conflent….
Chris and Tim challenge you to learn the ropes above Casteil, Madeleine walks to lunch and Cindy and Fiona talk lavender and St John’s Wort. Lesley takes a closer look at Beauty and the Beast, Henry visits the newly refurbished Musée Hyacinthe Rigaud in Perpignan, and Peter Goonery takes us way out of our P-O Life comfort zone with a load of bull.
And we’ve put together some fabulous watery sporting activities to burn off the calories… followed by an interesting selection of restaurants to put them back on again!
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