Rugby is a massive part of the P O culture, but where did the game originate, how did it evolve and why is it so popular here?
Ideas of things to see and do when the weather takes a turn for the worse
Canalettes & Fontrabiouse. Sometimes, in the height of summer, we just need a little cool. And where better to find it than underground?
Did you know that it is likely that tennis was first played in France. The ball used to be hit with the palm, and started off as the ‘jeu de paume’.
As the rain clouds gathered on Thursday morning, I jumped in the car with two adventure-loving pals and headed up to the ominously-named Pont du Diable (Devil’s bridge) in Céret to meet up with our guide from Extérieur Nature.
A full day hike taking in the gorges and forest of the Spanish Pyrenees from Sadernes to St. Aniol
To live in pleine conscience means to live mindfully, in the present; aware of the good and the bad that can arise at any moment. Harness the benefits of this powerful state of mind with a series of workshops and conferences.
THERE are lots of reasons why people come to visit this beautiful part of France – sunshine, mountains, beaches, great food and wines etc, but there’s also a lesser-known attraction that brings thousands of visitors each year, particularly from the north of England… Rugby League.
At 10.00am on a beautifully clear day, we assembled at the col de Creu between Matermale and Sansa for the second of our winter snowshoe walks.
Our previous walk in the valley of Planès had been a great success so this time we had planned a bbq at the unguarded refuge les Estagnols, on the slopes of the Madres peak.
OSAR (Orchestre Symphonique d’Alénya-Roussillon) is a new musical ensemble bringing together musicians from across the Roussillon and they’re recruiting now!