Tourism - Pyrénées-Orientales

Pyrénées-Orientales is a French department that belongs to theLanguedoc-Roussillon. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, Spain, the departments of Aude and Ariège and Andorra.

The department benefits from being located by the sea as well as by the mountains and the rich Franco-Spanish culture mixes well with traditions and modernity, religion and cultural events. With more than 500 religious, public and military monuments, thousand of art work, Pyrénées Oriental really is a full-scale museum. From Canigou to Collioure,Font Romeu to Saint Michel de Cuxa Abbey Perpignan to Prats de Mollo, everything is there to have great holidays.

Finally, traditional events such as the Saint-Martin Fair or the ‘Fête de l’ours’ allow locals to gather together and celebrate the tradition.

Top tourist cities in Pyrénées-Orientales


Tourism Perpignan

Perpignan is the Prefecture of the Eastern Pyrenees in south west France in the Languedoc Roussillon. The city was the capital of the former province and county of Roussillon and the capital of the Kingdom of Mallorca in the 13th and 14th centuries. In 2001, she was ...

Must : Palais des rois de Majorque, Le Castillet et le musée Casa Pairal, Musée des Monnaies et des Médailles


Tourism Céret

Céret is a french town, being part of the community of towns of the Vallespir. Its inhabitants are called the Cérétans. Sights The church Saint-Pierre (steeple of the 11th century, portal of the 14th century). The biggest part of the church was ...


Tourism Prades

Between the mediterranean sea and the ski resorts of the Pyrenees, Prades is a Sous - Préfecture of the Pyrenées Orientales.