Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
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Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt
 
Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Discover, in the sight of Canigou, this unique landscape with colored reliefs that water has carved in clay and sand torn from the Pyrenean massifs and deposited in the valley of the Tet last 5 million years. The combination of elements, earth, water, wind and solar fire gave birth to a symphony of shapes and colors that speak to the imagination.
Real call to escape, this walk takes you through the corridors of time and by-roads lined with scrub. Enjoy over the steps fauna and flora of this secret garden.
Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt
The site of the organ is a jewel embedded mineral green, an amphitheater forgotten that nature has fashioned tribute to the most fabulous story ever told, this amazing adventure called life.
Bear the guidebook "The interpretive trail", you are worried about the unusual history of this place..
  Pyrénées-Orientales - D 2 

The "Organs" located north of Ille sur Tet, on the left bank of the river, are precisely what geographers call "Badlands" and "fairy chimneys.
They result from a sculpture by running water - the erosion - of rocks on the whole very little resistance. It is first necessary to learn to know them better, so we can then consider the basic stages of their implementation: first the introduction of materials in which they were in. stérieurement cut, then cut and shaping their forms we know and ad mirons today.
The appearance of the "Organ" can only be understood in a warm climate where heavy rains fall down brutally on sloping areas. The erosive force of running water is at times considerable, especially as the rock material is easy to scour. The Gully erosion is particularly fast and can be compared to a "kerf" that leaves both sides of the vertical slopes. The rain has little effect on them, precisely because of their verticality that protects them from the impact of raindrops and runoff. Erosion is where the water flows, in the ravines. It tears easily clays, sands and pebbles. Sometimes, the stream erodes the base of walls crumbling in installments according crack preparation Rees intense summer desiccation. Here and there, "hats" hard rocks - layers of pebbles or consolidated with large boulders - arming areas that are then better protected. They dominate the rest of the badlands, as Matte Roudoune: it is exactly what the geographical graphs called hoodoos. Moreover, a network of narrow ridges meanders between deep valleys dissected...

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Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt

Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt
  Opening Les Orgues - Ille-sur-Têt:  

- January 03 to January 31: 2 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- February 01 to March 31: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- April 1 to June 14: 9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
- June 15 to September 14: 9.15 a.m. - 8 p.m.
- September 15 to October 14: 9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.
- October 15 to November 14: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- November 15 to December 17: 2 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- Closed day(s): December 18 to January 03 
 
Argelès-sur-Mer Tourisme Collioure Tourisme Banyuls-sur-Mer Tourisme Perpignan Tourisme Fédération du Tourisme de Terroir en Pyrénées-Orientales
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Muscats du Languedoc

A.O.P. Muscats du Languedoc

Muscat de Rivesaltes is an appellation for the historic vins doux naturels from a relatively large area of Roussillon, in southern France, covering a total of 99 communes, and the majority of the Pyrenees-Orientales administrative departement. It is the largest single sweet wine appellation in France. Muscat de Rivesaltes wines are made predominantly from Muscat Blanc a Petit Grains and Muscat d'Alexandrie in varying ratios, according to the style desired by the individual producer. Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains is used to bring aromas of exotic and citrus fruits while Muscat d'Alexandrie brings a deeper bouquet of white flowers and ripe stone fruit. Collectively the wines show aromas of peach, lemon, mango and occasionally fresher, herbaceous notes like mint. These aromas all change with ageing, (which take place mostly in the bottle to preserve the fresher aromas) and the wines take on aromas of honey and baked stone fruits...


Collioure

Collioure

Collioure is an extremely popular tourist destination that only has one road in and out. So if you decide to visit in the peak hoilday season i.e. July and August then expect some queueing and difficulty parking. So of course visiting at other times of the year would be preferable, especially say June or September; far less manic and still a very good chance of some great weather. That said, if your only chance of visiting Collioure is July or August, then its still worth it. There is a good reason that all the Fauve artists made it their meeting place. Artists such as Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, André Derain, Georges Braque, Othon Friesz, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Tsuguharu Fujita have all been inspired by Collioure's royal castle, medieval streets and its lighthouse converted into the church of Notre-Dame-des-Anges. Plus the clarity of the blue skies and sea have to be seen to be believed. For the tourist, you can wander down to the sea front and find a little cafe or restaurant that practically extends itself onto the little pebble beach and just sit down for the most wonderful lunch of fresh fish or seafood accompanied by a glass or two of the local vino, Collioure AOC being one of the smallest vignards in France . In a place like Collioure it would almost be rude not to. After lunch you can stroll over to the beach and just sit and watch the world go by, boats going in and out of the port and like I said after lunch has been digested taking a boat trip out along the coastline is a very nice way to while away a couple more hours. Of course there is a pretty interesting history to discover in Collioure, the Château Royal de Collioure and the Fort Saint-Elme stronghold being two of the most prominent fortifications. The fortifications exist mainly because of the toing and froing of the Spanish and the French as they struggled over the occupation of the Catalan regions. The Spanish lost Collioure back to the French for the last time in 1794...

 
  Ille-sur-Têt - Les Orgues
 
Leisure - Caves, Gorges and Waterfalls - Landscapes
 
Les Orgues
Chemin de Régleilles
66130 Ille-sur-Têt

Phone +33 4.68.84.13.13

Email -
orgues@ille-sur-tet.com

Website -
www.ille-sur-tet.com

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Child rate: 5.00 €
Adult rate: 3.50 €

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Musée d'Art Moderne de Céret

Musée d'Art moderne de Céret - Céret

Le Musée d'Art Moderne de Céret is a modern art museum in Céret, Pyrénées-Orientales, France, created by Pierre Brune and Frank Burty Haviland in 1950 with the personal support of their friends Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse who were involved in its creation. From Cubism to the School of Paris, from Nouveau réalisme to Supports/Surfaces, the collections of the Museum shows the intense relationship between the city of Céret and some of the major artists of the twentieth century: Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Juan Gris, Chaim Soutine, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Auguste Herbin, Henri Matisse, Miró, Antoni Tàpies, Claude Viallat, Toni Grand...


Gorges
de Gouleyrous

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Banyuls-Sur-Mer

Banyuls-Sur-Mer

Banyuls sur Mer shelters at the feet of the Albères hills, where terraced vineyards plunge down to meet the sea. This is also the homeland of the sculptor Maillol. A village, a beach and a port hidden away in a fold of the Pyrenees, that's what you will find at the foot of Cap Béar. Banyuls-sur-Mer is the last stop before Spain and is surrounded by quays that run alongside the Allées Maillol, where artists have set up their studios. Explore the picturesque little stepped side streets and, when evening comes, with the music of the Sardana as a background, you can enjoy a Banyuls, the wonderful aperitif that takes its name from the wine produced here. Old farmhouses, Catalan fishing-boats, vines that tumble down towards the sea, silver-leaved olive trees: this is a place where traditions have been preserved intact, a place where time stands still… So, hoist the flag ad drop the anchor in Banyuls, where the motto is “In mare via tua”! (Your road lies upon the sea). Things to see & do: Cap Rédéris, with its amazing views of sea and mountains - the museum and tomb of Aristide Maillol in the sculptor’s former workshop - aquarium and sea observatory - wine cellars of the famous sweet wine of Banyuls...


Argelès sur Mer

Argelès sur Mer

The fame of Argeles has ensured that it has become one of France's most popular beaches - with millions of holiday makers descending on the place in summer. As a result, the central section of the beach suddenly gets much more commercial - with lots of bouncy castles and tacky games arcades. There are also lots of shops, bars and restaurants catering to the throng, and in August the place gets incredibly crowded...


Musée
d’Art Moderne

Musée d’Art Moderne - Collioure

Collioure has always been a source of inspiration for artists. Writers, poets, singers and painters fell under Collioure’s charm. That is also why Picasso, Matisse, Derain, Dufy Chagall, Marquet, and many others set up their easels here and immortalized the small Catalan harbor in their works. With approximately thirty galleries and many artists from the entire world, Collioure still is the ”City of Painters”...


Collection François Desnoyer

Collection François Desnoyer - Saint-Cyprien Village

The Collection François Desnoyer is giving you the opportunity to discover the second part to 'Levée de Voiles' based on the decorative arts and Western painting at the turn of the 20th Century. The exhibition which focuses itself on 'l'Ecole Nancy' presents works by Gallé, and Lalique, whose original style breaks with the artistic writings of the past. In an intimate atmosphere, you can also discover, paintings by Utrillo, Kisling, amongst others who have never yet been exhibited. On the top floor of the exhibition, a representation of François Desnoyer's workshop and some of his more unusual objects are on display...


Grottes des Grandes Canalettes

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Unique in Europe ! The story begins in 1957 with the discovery of network Fuilla by Henri Salvayre, hydrogeologist and specialist underworld. In 1978, the chance of a conference meet him Delonca Edmond, then driller status. The passion of hydrogeology and speleology, combined with the prospect of rediscovering the network and Fuilla Angkor combined the two men and seal a beautiful friendship. The exploration allowed the discovery of the White Hall May 8, 1982 and the development of the cave. The cave consists of two parts, the Gallery of Two Porches leading to the White Hall and the Network of Angkor including La Nef, the Lake of Atolls, the Hall of Angkor and the Red Room Dome...


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