In our glorious Mediterranean waters you’ll never swim alone. From rainbow wrasse and damselfish to octopuses and sea cucumbers, there’s plenty going on beneath the waves – if you look.
Staff at Heathrow Airport, British Airways, Easyjet and Ryanair are all considering strike action, which could begin as early as this week, causing maximum chaos for travellers.
With another heatwave (canicule) predicted this week, water restrictions have now been issued for more than 70 departments in France, including the Pyrénées-Orientales
Artist Karin Jolly invites you to an unusual exhibition that attempts to capture the identity of Céret town by using hair!
Académie de Musique 31st July – 11th August The Académie de Musique in Villelongue dels Monts is open to all musicians seeking to perfect their skills or enrich their musical understanding. Mentored by great figures…
An absolutely overwhelming world-class exhibition at le Musée Rigaud in Perpignan. As Franceinfo puts iti: “C’est l’un des grands événements culturels de l’été: Rodin-Maillol face à face”.
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….)
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.
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One of the main causes of the French Revolution was financial crisis which forced King Louis XVI to levy a new land tax in the hope of solving his monetary problems.