EPirEMed is a cross-border cooperation project that takes a step forward in the tourist integration of the territories of the Eastern Pyrenees on both sides of the border between France and Catalonia.
Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, the Epiremed region witnessed one of the most important transformations in human history: The (...)
Know the whole Epiremed territory If you like nature, this circuit is for you. From 3,000-metre high mountain peaks to (...)
If you love the snow and the thrill of snow sports, the Epiremed region invites you to discover an array (...)
Know the whole Epiremed territory This circuit runs along the coastline of the Epiremed region. It stretches from L’Escala (...)
Know the whole Epiremed territory Get ready to discover the most impressive works of art imaginable: paintings, stained glass, sculptures (...)
Know the whole Epiremed territory The beauty of some regions is such that it does not go unnoticed by the (...)
Enjoy this loop circuit through La Cerdanya and Capcir, Epiremed regions with their own unique identity that offer limitless possibilities (...)
Get to know the whole Epiremed territory Water is life. It hydrates us, cleanses us, soothes us and cures us (...)
This route is a tribute to the villages that welcomed refugees from the fascist regimes during the different wars of the 20th century. We will start from Argelés-sur-mer ...
Walking through the different routes of exile in the Vall de Camprodon and the Alt Empordà, we will discover the landscapes that keep the memory of hundreds of thousands of people who crossed the Pyrenees fleeing the Civil War.
In this 4-day guided itinerary, we will follow the steps towards the exile to France of some Catalan intellectuals such as Pompeu Fabra, Rovira i Virgili, Pau Casals, Josep Maria de Segarra, or Julià Gual. ...
On this route we will follow the traces of the republican’s retreat from the Catalan Pyrenees to France, where nearly 500,000 people went into exile in the winter of 1939. We will initiate this trip with a guided walking tour...
From Perpignan, where St. Francis of Assisi made two stops during his pilgrimage to St. James, take the Way of St. James to the place where the saint had a Franciscan monastery erected.
Valérie, B-E Métiers de la Forme, practicing diploma in Ayurveda, Yoga-Pilates teacher and Jean-Louis, ...