Tourism in the Pyrénées-Orientales

Tourism in the Pyrénées-Orientales
Bathed in Catalan culture, both maritime and mountainous, between the ancient fortresses of the Knights Templar and the brief estates of the kings of Majorca, the department of Pyrénées-Orientales is a department with multiple aspects that has something to offer everyone. Exceptional natural sites, bustling seaside resorts, a sublime architectural heritage and authentic villages with well-preserved ancestral traditions await you.
Located in the south of France, in the Catalan Pyrenees and very close to the Spanish border, the campsite will allow you to enjoy the benefits of the coastline.
Bordering Spain at Cerbère on the Catalan coast and Perthus in the Albères massif, the 66 provides a variety of leisure activities and outings: water sports, cultural visits, hiking and mountain biking, relaxing, urban recreation, historical discoveries, folklore demonstrations, or tasting of local products. Not to be missed during your holidays in the Pyrénées-Orientales.

You can also :
- Discover the historical and cultural patrimony.
- The Pyrénées-Orientales as a natural region, will allow you to discover: lakes, caves, nature reserves, etc.
- Discover the Catalan territory: winegrowers, butchers, anchovy sellers, etc.
- Walks: The villages, the coastal path.

For more information, we offer you some reliable sources to help you get informed and look for the activities that suit you:

Lac du Carlit
photo principale
Plage Peyrefite à Cerbère
Dégustation vin français
les Pyrénées Orientales