They might not all be a pulsing whirl of excitement – some are only small gatherings scantily attended – but it’s a great way to support the local producers.
The narrow but spectacular tree lined route, criss-crossed by well trodden footpaths formed over the years by escapees, smugglers, refugees, and shepherds, will tempt you back another time, for another visit.
When the Treaty of the Pyrenees (1659) decreed that Spain hand over Roussillon and 33 communes of the Cerdagne to France, the small town of Llivia, in the Cerdagne, somehow managed to remain Spanish. It remains to this day, a little…
Step back in time with us for a fascinating day out which takes in both sides of the P-O border with a Medieval fortress and a Roman ruin
Argelès to Banyuls-sur-Mer is a short but fabulous coastal drive on a crisp autumn day, offering panoramic views over the bay of Collioure, row after row of steep, terraced vines, and a sparkling Mediterranean ever present throughout the drive.
The charming alleyways and streets of Perpignan city centre are ideal to ‘flâner’ (stroll or meander). But if you fancy seeing a different side to city life, we’ve got an urban hike just for you.
A stroll along the Canal de Bohère to St Michel de Cuxa. The Canal de Bohère runs from Serdinya above Villefranche de Conflent and ends near the lake of Vinça. Parts of its 42 km length provide the perfect flat winter walk, with glimpses through the naked trees of stunning views across the valley.
Welcome to the Route des Vins! In particular that of the Cote de Roussillon Villages. Throw in a Roman Aquaduct and you have a pretty good Autumn Day Out.
Discover the rich history of Perpignan (and further afield) with a visit to one of the town’s many museums and galleries
A “Lest we Forget” drive around the Pyrenees Orientales can be the moment to visit or revisit some of the villages and enjoy the autumn colours whilst taking in some of the fascinating War and anti war Memorials.