If you are looking for an apartment in the city of Perpignan, please click here.
An apartment on the Mediterranean?
A house in the Pyrenees?
Your choice of holidays in the South of France!
Please note that both properties are non-smoking; but pets are welcome!!
The Pyrenees-Orientales is in the far south of France, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees mountains. Here
people remain proud of their traditions, still speaking Catalan, the language of both the tiny independent state of Andorra
and northern Spain, their neighbours.
Admire the beautiful scenery ranging from high snow-capped peaks to miles of safe, sandy
beaches - as well as valleys, lakes, rolling hills and rocky coves. Or have a day in Perpignan with
its pavement cafes and medieval centre; take a mountain trip on The Little Yellow Train; see the nearby Cathar Castles
or the 450,000 years old Tautavel Man.
As for sports, everything you could possibly want is probably here - skiing, both Alpine and cross-country, swimming, walking, horse riding,
microlight flying, go-karting, golf, cycling, climbing, fishing - under a glorious southern
sun (300 days per year, according to official records).
Not to mention wonderful food and wines - this is one of the largest areas of wine production in France - in reasonably
priced restaurants, many offering freshly caught fish straight out of the Mediterranean.
If you prefer the Mediterranean waterfront
click on this picture to see all about our
Seaside Holiday flat in Port-Vendres
or are you a lover of countryside and mountains?
Then click on this picture to see full details of our
Holiday home in Serralongue
Or have a "back-to-back" holiday - a week in the mountains
and a week by the Mediterranean? This can sometimes be
arranged, especially out of the High Season. E-mail for availability.
To contact the owners, phone (0033)(0)468 38 81 28or e-mail
Some other nearby sights not to be missed
its modern art museum, with works by Picasso.
its old walls and ramparts, Fort Lagarde, Pyrenean bear festival
jewel of the Cote Vermeille, with its artistic connections. Here the Fauvists were active in the early part of the twentieth century
its deep water port and its connections with Charles Rennie Mackintosh, who lived here in the 1920's
Peyrepertuse and Queribus -
amazing Cathar castles, scenes of bloody events in the Albigensian Crusade
in Spain, on the Cap Creus; a lovely fishing and tourist village near the home of Salvador Dali
in Spain; with its Salvador Dali museum