Fifteen cycling circuits from the foothills of Canigou to the forests of the Fenouillèdes.
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?
The beach is always a pleasure in the P-O – but sometimes it’s refreshing to leave the coast behind and head inland to visit some of the many lakes of the region. Here are just a few…..
Canalettes & Fontrabiouse. Sometimes, in the height of summer, we just need a little cool. And where better to find it than underground?
Summer in the Vallespir After a confined spring indoors, where better to let your hair down outdoors (with care) than the Vallespir? Hiking, biking, canyoning, tree climbing, teleski, paddle, canoe, paragliding are just some of…
Géotrek: download the FREE app, choose your activity, choose your route, and allow yourself to be guided through spectacular scenery
There is an unfathomable amount of mountain biking potential here. Between the summits and the sea you can ride to your heart’s content on trails suited to all abilities.
There is light at the end of the tunnel! As of Monday 11th May, our region having been given the green light status, lockdown restrictions will begin to ease across the P-O.
Once upon a time, rival bands of young people released their pent up energy by competing against each other in feats of strength and agility.
No guns, no knives.
Classed as one of the ‘Grands Site de France’ any visit to the Pyrénees-Orientales is dominated by the mystic and sacred Catalan Canigou.