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Saillagouse

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Charcutier Traiteur

 

Avenue des Comtes de Cerdagne
Saillagouse

 

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Chez Planes
Saillagouse

Hôtels Restaurant Brasserie
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Place de Cerdagne
Saillagouse

 

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Musée de la
Charcuterie Cerdane
Saillagouse

Avenue des Comtes de Cerdagne
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LA CERDAGNE

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Infos pratiques

Infos pratiques

Distances moyennes de Font-Romeu :

PERPIGNAN :   87 km
LA MER :   97 km
ESPAGNE (Catalogne Sud) :   18 km

THE CERDAGNE is situated at an average altitude of 1,200 m (3,900 feet), and enjoys an exceptional amount of sunshine. The Carlit Mountain dominates this region which also boasts remarkable sites such as the Bouillouses and the Lanoux Lakes. The flora and luscious forests offer some magnificent landscapes to hikers, and the iconic Little Yellow Train is a different way of discovering the Cerdagne.

Mont-Louis

Montlluís

La Porte de France   

La Citadelle la plus haute de France La Porte de France L'Église Saint-Louis

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Situated where the Cerdagne, the Capcir and the Conflent all meet, an exceptionally rich architecture marks the smallest commune, in acreage, in the region. Vauban started work on building the highest citadel in France in 1679. Finally in 2008, it was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

►  LOOK AT the Porte de France (Gateway of France), the only access to the town. Note also the 18th century Saint Louis church, the Puits des Forçats (Convicts’ Well) and the world’s first solar oven – with a double reflection.

Bolquère

Bolquera

The construction of Superbolquère increased the number of beds in the Bolquère Pyrénées 2000 resort, originally created in 1970. The skiing area is now linked to Font-Romeu, thus giving some 40 km of skiing facilities for all types of snow activities.

  BALADE autour du lac du Ticou

Odeillo

Odelló

Renown for its exceptional amount of annual sunshine and the quality of the atmosphere, Odeillo boasts the world’s first semi-industrial sized solar oven. In just a few seconds it can reach a temperature of 3800° C.

►  LOOK AT Saint Martin’s church.

Font-Romeu

Font-romeu

Le paradis des sportifs  

Le paradis des sportifs
 

Le Grand Hôtel Le Centre National d'Entraînement en altitude La Chapelle de l'ermitage

Photo © Jean-Christophe MILHET

The Grand Hotel has been perched above the town since construction started in 1903, although it took 10 years to complete. From the very beginning, the town’s economy has been based on winter sporting activities. Font Romeu was the first resort to have ski lifts and rapidly became an extremely fashionable resort. Linked to the Bolquère Pyrénées 2000 resort, it has over 110 km of cross country ski tracks and more than 40 km of downhill skiing runs as well as other facilities for many snow-based activities. In recent years the town’s summer activities have been expanded to enable holiday makers to visit the Catalan mountains, too. Well-known to confirmed athletes, the National Altitude Training Centre was inaugurated in 1967. Since then, many top level sports men and women have visited to enjoy the modern equipment, the climate and its pure air.

► VISIT the 17th century hermitage chapel situated nearby.

Targasonne

Targasona

In 1981 building started on Themis – the photovoltaic solar plant – which is a research centre open to visitors. The Targasonne chaos is a popular site with climbers.

Angoustrine - Villeneuve-

les-Escaldes

Angostrina i Vilanova de les Escaldes

►  LOOK AT the 11th century Romanesque Saint Andrew’s church, the Romanesque furnishings of the new Saint Andrew’s church, built in 1889, and finally the 12th century Saint Martin’s chapel accessible from the Angoustrine valley.

►  DISCOVER the Carlit, the highest peak in the region (2,921 m). 

Dorres

Dorres

Renowned primarily for its Roman baths installed around a hot-water source, Dorres has a long and interesting heritage, such as the 12th century Saint John’s church together with the Mageta chapel and the Belloc chapel which is near the village.

Llivia

Llívia

This Spanish enclave boasts a Baroque reredos in the 16th century Notre Dame des Anges church.

►  VISIT the museum in a 15th century pharmacy and the temporary exhibition in the 16th century Bernat de So Tower.

Latour-de-Carol

La Tor de Querol

After the arrival of the Little Yellow Train in 1927 and the Transpyrenean in 1929, the station was deemed to have international status.

►  LOOK AT the Romanesque Saint Étienne church which dominates the village as well as the 12th century Saint Fructueux church in Yravals.

Porté-Puymorens

Portè i Pimorent

La station familiale au cadre préservé 

La Station de Ski L'étang du Lanoux Le Col de Puymorens

Amountain village nestling at an altitude of 1,600m, Porté-Puymorens is a family resort also popular with winter sports fans because it has some 50kms of ski runs, a half-pipe, a snow-park, and a freestyle snow area. People who love preserved natural spaces enjoy hiking and rambling in summer, admiring the Lanoux lake and the exceptional view from the Puymorens Pass.

►  LOOK AT the 11th century Cerdagne Tower and the Notre Dame church.

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The Regional Nature Park of the Catalan Pyrenees includes many exceptional sites: the Bouillouses Lake – a classified nature site for particularly rare fauna and flora; The Lanoux Lake – the largest lake in the French Pyrenees; the Carlit – the highest summit in the area (2,920 m) and 11 natural lakes stretching out from its base.

Photo © Jean-Christophe MILHET

Saillagouse

Sallagosa

Gastronomie & douceur de vivre

Gastronomie & douceur de vivre

Le Musée de la Charcuterie Cerdane La Haute Vallée du Sègre L'Artisanat de poterie traditionnel.

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First mentioned in writing in 839AD, Saillagouse grew thanks to its artisanal pottery, which still plays an important role at local events, where the reputed tasty Cerdagne gastronomy can also be found. Taking part in political life, even becoming the headquarters of the Cerdagne ‘Viguerie’ (mediaeval administrative court) in 1660, the village later became known for its artists such as the famous sculptor Alexandre Oliva (1823-1890; the poet and playwright Jordi Pere Cerdà (1920-2011) – a fervent defender of everything Catalan. Ideally situated for open air activities, Saillagouse is very near several ski resorts as well as the upper valley of the Sègre River and the valleys of Eyne, Err and Llo – beautiful for summer rambles

►  LOOK AT the Saint Eugenie church (consecrated in 913) and the Lax Monument, otherwise known as the gateway to the Cerdagne.

Le Musée de la Charcuterie Cerdane

The Museum, opened in 1996, displays the secular savoir-faire of pork butchers. Videos, an exhibition hall and a recently renovated traditional dryer with its 1,500 hams. An interesting visit which ends in the self-service area where you can meet the well-known BONZOM family and their delicious artisanal charcuterie. A pleasant historical and gastronomic visit!

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Itinéraire

Chez Planes

 

Hôtel*** Restaurant Brasserie depuis 1895
- 125e anniversaire -

 

Place de Cerdagne
Saillagouse

 

04 68 04 72 08
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Maison Bonzom et Fils
Triple Mercure d'Or

 

Éleveur Boucher Charcutier Traiteur

 

Avenue des Comtes de Cerdagne
Saillagouse

 

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Bourg-Madame

La Guingueta d’Ix

La Guingueta d’Ix

The history of the town began in Hix, a summer residence for the king of Aragon in the 13th century. In the 17th century, the hamlet Guinguettes d’Hix emerged and was later renamed Bourg Madame in 1815. The village developed around its trade thanks to its geographical situation, at the crossroads of France, Spain and Andorra. Since 1969, the 12th century Romanesque church Saint Martin d’Hix houses concerts of classical music.

► LOOK AT the Romanesque church in Caldegas

Osséja

Oceja

At the heart of the Regional Nature Park of the Catalan Pyrenees, the charming village of Osséja is appreciated by hikers and ramblers who wish to enjoy the forests and wide open spaces on the fringe of Spain. The climatic resort at altitude, created in 1926, benefits from these healthy natural surroundings.

Sainte-Léocadie

Santa Llocaia

At an altitude of 1,300m, this village has the highest vineyard in Europe. There is also the Museum of Art and Popular Traditions which can be found in the 18th century Cal Mateu farm – also full of history.

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Err

Er

Dominated by the Puigmal Peak which culminates at 2910m, the village developed thanks to its textile industry before turning towards tourism and creating an attractive leisure centre.

► LOOK AT the 12th century Saint Génis church and the Romanesque chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

Llo

Llo

►  RELAX in the hot water baths situated on the edge of the Sègre Gorges.
►  LOOK AT the 12th century Saint Fructueux church and the Vacaro Tower.

Eyne

Eina

Eyne is popular in winter for its ski runs on the Cambre d’Aze – shared with Saint Pierre dels Forcats – and in summer for its hikes and rambles through the Eyne Valley to discover the protected flora.

La Llagonne

La Llaguna

A small village situated at the heart of the wide open spaces between the Cerdagne and the Capcir, La LLagonne is quite dynamic. The ski resort of La Quillane is ideal for children and families but also has special facilities such as a car circuit on ice, helicopter rides, diving under the ice, snake-gliss, snowmobile for children. There is also the Nordic Ski Resort of the Capcir for cross-country skiing.

► LOOK AT the Saint Vincent church, rebuilt in the 12th century and the ruins of the Capil Tower, built in 1267.

Regard sur...

La station La Quillane

de la Famille Balaguer

Laurent BALAGUER was a woodcutter with his own forestry company. In 1971 he created the ski resort of La Quillane, initially with just one ski-tow. His son, Jean- Claude BALAGUER, eventually took over the management of the facility, developing the ski runs, including adding automatic artificial snow canons, while still keeping the resort on a human scale, allowing novices and children to safely explore the joys of skiing. Today, the site has a ski school, a ski-rental shop, a driving circuit on ice, a heliport offering helicopter flights in the mountains, a ‘banger’ park for freestyle ski training and a restaurant called Le Petit Chalet. All this makes La Quillane a family resort par excellence in the Catalan Pyrenees!

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Planès, Saint-Pierre-dels-Forcats…