Formule 1 Perpignan Sud

16, rue Benoit Fournyron, Perpignan, 66000, France
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Camping le soleil - Argeles Plage

by Cjm8

Hi
Have booked to go camping here in August, myself, my sister and 4 kids. We will not have transport. Been reading various reviews on place and am now panicking that le soleil is a bit out of the way and not much to entertain us there. Also public transport looks to be limited and rather pricey. Can anyone reassure me. Just want to know that we have some shops restaurants things to see apart from the beach
Many thanks

Re: Camping le soleil - Argeles Plage

by Kakapo2

There is a railway station at Argeles Village, and bus service between Argeles Village and A. Plage. So you should get around.

Re: Camping le soleil - Argeles Plage

by cubsur

The main means of transport around Argeles, the many campsites and to the village and beaches is the network of tourist trains that run from 9am until midnight.

You can get the details here

http://www.trainbus.fr/

The local bus service is a very limited operation on a route between Perpignan, Argeles, Collioure and Cerbere.

http://www.cg66.fr/routes_transports/transports/bus/doc/cerbere_perpignan.pdf

This is the winter timetable; it will change before August but not before I am in Argeles in June (I trust!).

Hope that helps.

Re: Camping le soleil - Argeles Plage

by cubsur

Just to say I used the little tourist trains a couple of times last week and for €2.50 it saved my feet and a 2 mile walk at the end of a long day! They do seem have to brought forward the times of the last runs to 2300, but perhaps that was just for June. Anyway, all times are shown at all stops.

I also used the bus to Perpignan, which cost €4.40 single and now runs 8 times a day. Times are clearly posted at the bus stops as well as on the website previously referred to. There will be buses on Sundays in July and August.

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The Campo Santo

by Klod5

Le CLOÎTRE CIMETIERE SAINT-JEAN ou CAMPO SANTO

Cet édifice a été construit à l'initiative de l'abbé Guillaume Jorda entre 1300 et 1330. Le bâtiment actuel se compose de 4 galeries d'environ 54 mètres de long chacune, et abrite sur 3 côtés une série d'enfeus taillés dans le calcaire marbrier de Baixas. Les 4 galeries du cloître étaient primitivement couvertes d'un appentis de bois soutenu par des colonnes à chapiteaux sculptés. Chaque enfeu, aux formes gothiques épurées, est marqué d'écussons aux armes des riches familles de la noblesse et de la bourgeoisie perpignanaises. Un ossuaire central est creusé en 1321 pour l'inhumation des moins fortunés. Après la Révolution Française, l'édifice, dans un état sanitaire inquiétant, est désaffecté et récupéré par l'Armée pour servir d'entrepôt et d'écurie.
En 1825, on construit un nouvel édifice à l'intérieur de l'enclos de l'ancien cimetière pour la construction d'un grand séminaire diocésain. Cette nouvelle construction provoque la démolition de la galerie occidentale et le démontage des claires-voies, à l'exception de celle située au nord. En 1907, le séminaire est attribué au département, conséquence de la loi de 1905 sur la séparation des biens de l'Eglise et de l'Etat. On y installe les locaux de la gendarmerie qui évacuera les lieux en 1984 pour " une restauration et une mise en valeur du site ". En 1991, les travaux sont terminés avec le choix de la commission supérieure des Monuments Historiques de ne pas restituer les anciennes galeries du cloître cimetière médiéval.
The CLOISTER CEMETERY MIDSUMMER'S DAY or CAMPO SANTO

This building has been constructed on the initiative of abbot Guillaume Jorda between 1300 and 1330. The present building is composed of 4 galleries of about 54 - meter long each, and shelter on 3 sides a set of built enfeus in the chalky marbleworker of Baixas. The 4 galleries of the cloister were covered primitively with a sustained wood shed by columns in sculpted marquees. Every enfeu, to the purified Gothic shapes, is marked of escutcheons to the weapons of the rich families of the nobility and bourgeoisie perpignanaise. A central ossuary is dug in 1321 for the burial of least lucky. After the French Revolution, the building, in a sanitary state worrying, is closed and is recovered by the army to act as warehouse and stable.
In 1825, one constructs a new building inside the enclosure of the former cemetery for the construction of a big diocesan seminary. This new construction provokes the demolition of the western gallery and the disassembly of the claires-voies, with the exception of the one situated at the north. In 1907, the seminary is assigned to the department, consequence of the law of 1905 on the separation of goods of the church and the state. One installs the local of the state police that will evacuate the places in 1984 for " a restoration and an enhancement of the site " there. In 1991, works are finished with the choice of the superior commission of the Historic Monuments not to restore the former galleries of the cloister medieval cemetery.

Le Musée de la chapellerie:...

by Porteplume

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Français:
Le Musée de la chapellerie:
500 Coiffures exposées, des Gaulois à nos jours.
Vente et Location de Chapeaux
• Ouvert tous les jours du 01/06 au 30/09: de 9h à 12h • de 14h à 19h
• Ouvert tous les jours du 01/10 au 31/05: de 9h à 12h • de 14h à 18h
• Dimanche après midi • de 14h à 20h

Tél.: 04 68 46 19 26 LE SOMAIL
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"Le centre du monde"

by AlfredSt

This is the train station of Perpignan! Any spiritual inspiration, revelation or vision? Nothing? Salvador Dali was more impressed: "Soudain, tout apparut avec la clarté de l’éclair, devant moi se trouvait le centre du monde".

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