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
Brexit doom and gloom has pushed many British residents in France to apply for a carte de séjour but did you know that you must still have a valid passport (or ID card) to travel to any European country other than France?
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Scottish painter and architect, known around the world for his architectural designs—finished his life in near poverty.
Beware the Oleander shrub, popular in the P-O for its evergreen qualities and delicate flowers and planted in quantity to jazz up roadsides, and gardens.
Have you ever wondered what the D in D-Day stands for?
Craft beer fever is sweeping the globe and La France is not immune. Numbers of artisanal brasseries have almost tripled in a few short years. Here in the Pyrenees, young skilful brewers are discovering our cool crisp water is the perfect ingredient.
It seems that the much maligned Frogs’ legs which gave the French their playful nickname of ‘froggies’ were actually eaten first BY BRITS up to 8,000 years ago.
Did you know that the English word ‘cherry’ is believed to come from the old French word ‘cherise’
The legendary Tarlà hangs from a pole on the Ramblas throughout springtime in Girona. Originally made out of sawdust, with a wooden head, today dressed as a jester, the tradition of this puppet dates back to the middle ages.
Did you know that church bells ring out everyday throughout France – apart from Maundy Thursday, the day before Good Friday?