Breathing a breath of fresh air into Cap Bear, the government wants to open the classified historcial site to the public wihtin 4 to 5 years
Callinectes sapidus (coming from the Greek calli meaning “beautiful”, nectes meaning “swimmer”, and the Latin sapidus meaning”savoury”), or, easier to pronounce, the ‘Blue Crab’, has arrived in the P-O.
Every October, Palalda’s ‘Chapelle du Rosaire’ celebrates the Fête du Rosaire with a programme of songs, traditional dancing, prayers and concerts.
Have you ever thought of bell ringing as a pastime? This year, St.George’s Church in Vernet-Les-Bains received ten new bells and you can try your hand at ringing them (or just enjoy those who know what they’re doing?!)
Did you know that you can estimate the cost of the ‘frais de notaire’ by visiting Anil, the ‘Agence nationale pour l’information sur le logement’?
Did you hear about the incident between the Franciscan friar Bernard Delicieux and Prince Ferran, third son of Jaume II King of Majorca?
Roger de Flor was a Sicilian-born adventurer, mercenary, and Knight Templar, a bit of a villain,
In the 12th century, Catalans already had a well developed sense of identity and pride
Did you know that Prat is the Catalan word for prairie or meadow?
Géotrek: download the FREE app, choose your activity, choose your route, and allow yourself to be guided through spectacular scenery