Ideas of things to see and do when the weather takes a turn for the worse
Idyllic picnic spots are often those discovered by accident. Here are three scenic picnic spots near the tiny hamlet of Evol,
When was the last time you jumped on a train and took a break?
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
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….)
You have probably crossed Caixas on your way to visit Castelnou without spotting this commune hidden in the rugged heart of the Aspres.
Across the bridge from Ille sur Têt, on the road to Belesta, along a small road on the left running along by the river, lies the ruined village of Casenoves, (‘new houses’ in Catalan).
If you’re looking for an exciting winter or spring drive, why not take the stunning coast road across the border to El Port de la Selva, and return to France via Figueres?
Millas, on the N116 between Perpignan and Ille sur Tet, has a rather lovely church, full of great Baroque art, plenty of shops and cafés – but today we are heading up to the Col de la Bataille, ancient battle ground and poignant memorial to members of the resistance group Henri Barbusse,
A stunningly beautiful drive or a pretty steep cycle ride of eight kilometres from Banyuls sur Mer will take you to the Col de Banyuls.