With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, skiers in the Pyrenees Orientales will often enjoy warm winter sunshine as they’re gliding down the slopes towards their Solaire d’Odeillo dinner!
Snow chains, snow socks, snow tyres….an update.
On a clear winter’s day, a drive along the coastal lagoons of Salses and Canet can offer vast skies, wide horizons, bird spotting, oyster eating and windsurfer watching.
Are you assiduous?
A silent drift above the green clad extinct volcanoes of Parc Natural de la Zona Volcànica de la Garrotxa
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…..
Looking for something new to do this summer? Ever thought of kayaking?
Merry, Leigh and the three (Cap) Béars: You can do the whole thing in one go (8km, allow 3-4 hours, about 500m ascent/descent), but we found there’s so much beautiful scenery to see on each section we were happy to spread it over a few days.
Follow in the tracks of the Tour de France and (re)discover the magic, history and legends of the many P-O towns and villages along the way.
Did you know that it is likely that tennis was first played in France?