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Port Vendres

Port Vendres nicknamed the city of Venus steeped in history since antiquity, the Greeks had made it a small temple dedicated to Venus. This authentic port

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BANYULS ON SEA

Banyuls sur Mer, a Catalan village nestled in the heart of the Côte Vermeille, renowned for its atypical vineyard divided by a system of terraces and

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THE YELLOW TRAIN

The Yellow Train, one of the symbols of the Catalan country, the highest railway in Europe. Board one of the Yellow Train wagons

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Tautavel

The village of Tautavel is historically rich for its prehistoric heritage, for its culture, its wines and its peaceful nature. Located in the south of

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THUIR

Thuir and the Cave of Bhyrr. Thuir and the Cave of Bhyrr is a must-see city when visiting the Catalan Country, for two reasons

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CÉRET

Céret, capital of the Cherry, thanks to its terroir where this fruit has taken up residence there for more than 150 years. Coming from your

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MOUNT LOUIS

Mont Louis city of the Sun King, located at the crossroads of Conflent, of Capcir, and Cerdanya, with its Citadel being part of one of the 9 cities

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