A meeting of the four main rail unions ended in an agreement for a series of rolling strikes intended to affect two out of every five days over a three-month period. The move is calculated to cause maximum and widespread travel chaos.
The Théâtre de l’Archipel in Perpignan has a new artistic programme bursting with cultural delights
The hot summer in PO has been and gone, the months tick by, but there still seems to be very little flesh on the Brexit bones, and its impact on aviation is no exception.
The Théâtre des Aspres in Thuir is once again readying itself to raise the curtain on another season of theatre and performance. This year’s theme: diversity!
Red passport, blue passport….
Quite a tongue twister if you say it quickly 3 times over….but no matter how many times you say it, it won’t alter the ironic fact that the contract to produce the new, blue, après-Brexit British passports has been won by Gemalto, a French firm based in Paris.
See Canet like never before with a brand new 360° virtual tour from the town’s website
Sun, sea, snow, wine, food, culture… we really are lucky to live here in the P-O. But did you know that we also have a thriving cinema scene?
One of the finalists in the ‘meilleur burger de France’ competition to be held in Paris hails from our very own Pyrenees-Orientales.
Argelès is a well known summer destination but did you know that spring is also a great time to explore the historic, cultural and natural heritage of the seaside town?
France’s bakers, supported by president Emmanuel Macron, have called for the French baguette to be recognised and listed with UNESCO as one of the world heritage treasures.