Today we’re heading up to the cooler air of the Conflent region, land of contrast, rich in culture and history, from its snowy peaks, wild, mountainous terrain and stunning lakes, to its many pretty and peaceful villages.
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An anonymous 12th century sculptor, the Master of Cabestany was not recognised until the 1930s when a Romanesque-style tympanum was unearthed during renovation work at the parish church of Cabestany.
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.
As the summer season continues, the evening skies of North Catalonia whizz, pop and crackle to the sight and sound of fireworks
The cloisters of St. Genis des Fontaines are the setting for an exhibition of artists, sculptors and painters of diverse styles.
With a passion for art history, Macedonian painter, Irena Gapkovska, takes inspiration from the Byzantine tradition of icon painting.
When the fierce heat of the day recedes, head to one of the region’s many night markets for arts, crafts, jewellery, food, drink, souvenirs and more
There’s nowhere like the Vallespir!
La Maison de la Catalanité in Perpignan is host to a new exhibition of the works of Nicolas Cussac