The surrounding area
With an ideal location between the sea and the mountains, justtwenty kilometres from the Mediterranean coast, , enjoy the charm of the Pyrénées Orientales at La Vallée Campsite within reach of a wide range of activities.
For a little bit of history, visit Saint-Jean-Pla-de-Corts with its Roman church and castle. You can also organise canyoning excursions in the region, or simply go for a picnic and fish on the banks of one of the town’s two charming lakes.
The superb village of Castelnou, the amazing setting of the Organs of Ille-sur-têt, refreshing afternoons at the Gorges de la Fou…there are endless possibilities in diverse Catalonia!
Be guided by the documentation provided by the region at reception and at the two Tourist Information Offices nearby (Céret and Le Boulou).
Tanasage wine merchant
66/20 Vins restaurant
Musée du Liège – cork museum
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La Cova – Tapas Bar and Restaurant
TSJ Wake Park
Open from 1 May to 31 October, the St Jean ski lift is France’s southernmost […]
The Abeilles Restaurant
“Les Aventuriers de Saint Jean” Adventure Park
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Le Perthus – Fort de Belle Garde
A jewel of 17th century military architecture, the Fort de Belle Garde overlooks the Albères […]
Sigean African Reserve
The Paulilles site
Côte Vermeille – the Vermilion Coast
Canyoning and water sports
Discover the most beautiful canyons in the Pyrénées Orientales, supervised by a qualified instructor. It’s […]