Enamoured of both the beauty and long and fascinating history of Port-Vendres, the Great Port Vendres Tapestry Association was started in July 2015 to create a large tapestry of the history of the town.
Coming from the French word terre for “soil,” the word terroir originally described the special characteristics of a region, or piece of land, which gave different varieties of wine, coffee and tea their individuality. (Soil, climate, position, regional traditions….)
The phenomena of blogging had exploded onto our screens long before the current sanitary crisis. However, in the current confinement, blogs are a link to the outside world, to something beyond our own four walls… to people other than our immediate family, pets or reflections in the mirror!
Du Bellay and his contemporaries, the Pléiade, frequently made use of diminutives (violettes, fleurettes, vermeillettes, oeillettes) to add charm to their poems.
Traditional British style sausages and bacon back in the P-O
Do you worry about elderly parents living in France without family support, or in isolated areas?
Calling all exhibiting artists! The P-O Life Art Exhibition is a fantastic opportunity to reach a wide audience of art lovers, without being limited to 1 gallery, or by the Covid-19 sanitary measures!
A weekly update of local news in the Pyrenees-Orientales
To help keep English-speaking residents and visitors to the region informed on Covid 19, CSF Languedoc have been sharing bulletins of extremely useful information.
Throughout June, three community projects will be held on the Canigó massif and foothills to protect and preserve the sacred mountain… so roll up your sleeves for Canigou!