Domaine Grand Guilhem

Chemin Du Col De La Serre, Cascastel, , Languedoc-Roussillon, 11360, France
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travelling back from Perpignan

by delorie

At present we are going to drive back to the UK from Perpignan or Carcassonne by car and stay at hotels on the way. We already have a ticket for the tunnel but wondered if there was any way we could put the car on the train instead?

Re: travelling back from Perpignan

by mpprh

I understand you to mean - "is there a car train from Perpignan to the channel coast ?"

The best information on French motorail (in English) is at :


Travel Tips for Perpignan

If you're there in the summer...

by Travelloz

If you're there in the summer months there are lots of festivals, notably 'les jeudis de Perpignan' which is live music at various locations around the city every Thursday night throughout July and August. My fondest memory of Perpignan is the University. I attended for one semester to learn French, and it is a great course for foreigners. I met loads of lovely people from all over the world (even though everyone still preferred to speak in English after the course! C'est la vie!)

The Maison Bhyrr in Thuir

by Pierre_Rouss

The Maison Bhyrr in Thuir
That is where they make the appero The President, and some more bitter, orange-based drinks that are world-renowned. The tasting room will help you get an overview of their offering (which will leave you with a furry tongue ;)
Visits most days during regular hours.


by visserm


Perpignan, named Perpinyà in catalan language is an old town, with many years of history wich you can see in any corner of any center streets. Perpignan
has the charm of a tipical french city but with the touch of its past. You
have to know than it was the old capital of the kingdom of Catalonia in the
middle age. You can notice the flag in the top of many buildings is the same
of Catalonia.
We took the train from Barcelona to Perpignan, and what a fantastic trip it was. We went past the most fantastic scenery and it was just a feast to the eyes. Perpignan is an old city and the surrounding area is as beatiful as the town.
You can go and visit nearby cities like Carcassone, one of the most important medieval citys in Europe.Don´t forget the town of Colliure, a fantastic place at the beach. This area will help you understand something more about the history of old Europe and especially France.


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