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In & Around Font-Romeu

Font-Romeu is a sunny, sporty and unpretentious mountain resort perched at 1,800m, surrounded by forest and just 10km from Spain.

Font-Romeu and the Cerdagne plateau offer a multifaceted landscape and a warm welcome. Nature-lovers and inquisitive minds will revel in the peace and simplicity of these valleys, exploring the marvels and secular secrets of Romanesque churches, unpretentious villages, the military architecture of Mont Louis and, further north, Les Angles animal park and Fontrabiouse caves.

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Access from the Formiguères’s ski station, or from the Galbe or Lladure valleys. Placed on the Carlit massif, at the foot of...

Tel. : +33 4 48 33 00 27

Mobile : +33 7 77 94 79 45

Route de Taurinya

Located in a valley in the heart of Romanesque Conflent and at the foot of Canigou, the Abbey of Saint-Michel is an exceptional...

Tel. : +33 4 68 96 15 35

Rue de l'Eglise

L'édifice religieux n'est pas baroque contrairement à son mobilier. Les trois retables qui ornent l'église sont issus de ce...

Tel. : +33 4 68 30 12 42

The Bouillouses lake and its accesses is a natural site classified since June 24, 1976. To limit the impacts of a too significant...

Tel. : +33 4 68 04 24 61 // +33 4 68 63 81 10

Avinguda de Cerdanya

This place, totally dedicated to the natural heritage, is located at the entry of the Eyne valley. Known since the 16th century...

Tel. : +33 4 68 04 97 05

Eglise de Saint Pierre dels Forcats L’église Sant Pere est un édifice à nef unique sans abside, bordé de deux chapelles...

Tel. : +33 4 68 04 21 04

2 rue Saint Jean

Founded in 1092 by Count Guillaume Raymond of Cerdanya, in a strategic Tet Valley barrier at the foot of Canigou, Villefranche de...

Tel. : 33 (0)4 68 05 87 05

17 rue Saint Jacques

Perched above the town, this Fort dominates the town and was built by Vauban circa 1680 and reinforced by Napoleon III between...

Tel. : +33 4 68 96 34 01

Rue des Soulanets

Découverte accidentellement en 1958, grâce à l'exploitation d'une carrière de marbre restée longtemps le terrain de jeu des...

Tel. : +33 4 68 30 95 55

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