Saint-Cyprien Things to Do
This is a fabulous beach. It is really sandy and wide. You have your own spot and there is never anyone around you. It is also fun to watch the kite flyers.
visiting the market gives you an insight into the local way of life. There are lots of stalls selling local produce. However the one in St Cyprien was very busy in the Summer. It is located at St Cyprien plage in place Rodin on Fridays and Tuesdays between June and October.
Ceret is a lovely town. It is very unusual with really tall trees with a museum of modern art. Also Ameile Les Bains is a scenic french town with gorges and mountains around the outskirts.
The setting overlooks a small marina. It is nice and relaxed, however the service was a little on the slow side, if you don't mind enjoying a long, relaxing meal.
Location - excellent and service with a smile. They were very appriciative.
Favorite Dish: If you have trouble getting a steak how the English like it cooked, you won't have a problem here. They understand that we don't like them bloody!
The pasta portions were humungous! Don't try to eat it all or you will be too full to try the excellent Tiramasu. The cofee was good, but strong and the house wine good enough.
Saint-Cyprien What to Pack
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring something to cover up with so that you can still enjoy the sun when it goes cool in the afternoon breeze. There seems to be a local wind in the afternoons that can become quite strong and cooling.