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  TRAVEL 

 Ryan air   To Perpignan or Carcassonne.

 EasyJet   To Barcelona or Toulouse.

 FlyBe   To Perpignan or Toulouse

 GUIDES & ACTIVITIES 

Mountain guides can be located at Sauto, Les Angles & Font-Romeu. They offer a wide program of courses (one day or several days) for most mountain leisure sports, for all levels of ability.

Hot air balloon rides over the Cerdagne

Parapente lessons

Golf

 

 PLACES OF INTEREST 

Solar Furnace Centre at Odeillo Via. Exhibitions & demonstration films.

Réserve Naturelle Vallée d’Eyne

Grottos at Villefranche de Conflent

Health centre at Mont-Louis (water therapy, massage, beauty treatments open to the public)

Parc Animalier Les Angles
Open all year round.

 
 WEATHER FORCASTS 

 Meteo France

 Snow Forcast

 

 LOCAL INFO 

Parc naturel régional des Pyrénées catalanes.

A general coverage of the Cerdagne and Capcir. Mountain  leisure activities.

Covers the local region of the Capcir for Summer & Winter mountain sports & activites, local festivals and Cuisine

General information for tourism in the Languedoc Roussillion, skiing & other winter activites.

An Artists Eye view of the Cerdagne
Lots of photos and local information (in French)

Webcams

Little Yellow Train

 

 THERMAL BATHS 

Swim outdoors all year round in hot water!

The Bains of Llo

St Thomas Les Bains

 

 SKI INFO 

Ski Stations & Winter Sports
All the local ski stations.

Masella & La Molina
Spanish ski stations.

Ski School ESF
Possible to book lessons on line for Font-Romeu and Les Angles.

Ski Equipment Hire
Rent your equipment on line. Font-Romeu only.

White Mountain
Online Ski and Outdoor Shop in GB.

Webcams Font Romeu

 

 

 TRAVEL 

  There are several ways to arrive but once here a car is essential.
 

It is possible to drive through France in one day. To do this we would recommend taking an over night ferry to Caen, and then a route via Tours, Bordeaux, Toulouse and Foix, taking a military approach to any stops.
It is also possible via 'The Channel Tunnel' and motorways.
Travelling down in two days is certainly more enjoyable and offers an opportunity to see contrasting regions of France at a more leisurely pace.

For anyone short for time, or averse to much driving, investigate fly-drive options ('Easy Jet', 'Ryan Air', FlyBe, etc). To Barcelona which is two to three hours away, and a straightforward drive via the "Tunel del Cadi". Alternatively fly to Perpignan (1½hr), Toulouse or Carcassonne (2½hr). A train and then hire-car, or Motorail are other possibilities.