Anglais Absolutely Almost All - You need to know about the Pyrénées-Orientales (EDITION EN LANGUE ANGLAISE)



On the border between France and Spain, fought over for centuries, littered with castles, monasteries and tiny hilltop villages, divided by rivers and gorges, is the département of the Pyrénées-Orientales. Dominated by Canigou, the magical, mystical mountain, it is a sun-drenched land of vineyards and olive groves. Blessed with spectacular scenery, it is rich in art and history and, for walkers, cyclists, skiers, sailors, divers, swimmers, windsurfers and mountaineers, a paradise.
Jane Mann and Kate Hareng work together to produce P.-O. Life, the quarterly Anglophone magazine of the Pyrénées-Orientales. Both are passionate about the multi-faceted region in which they have chosen to live and know it intimately. In their book they invite you to explore and enjoy this southernmost corner of France, from high Pyrenean peaks to sparkling Mediterranean sea.
Jane has researched, photographed and collected a book-full of diverse and exciting places of interest for people of all ages and tastes to visit. Her descriptions are interspersed with Kate's useful vocabulary, French exercises, `Did-you-knows', tongue twisters and jokes.
Lavishly illustrated, the lively blend of information and essential facts make their helpful and instructive guide a must-have for visitors and residents alike.

Categories : Tourisme & Voyages > Tourisme & Voyages France > Guides de tourisme France

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    Jane Mann, Kate Hareng

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    Les Presses Littéraires

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    280 Pages

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    23 726 Ko

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Jane Mann

Jane Mann, ex-restauratrice, photographe, journaliste, « seaside landlady », commença par prendre des vacances dans les Pyrénées-Orientales dès les années 1980, avant de s'y installer définitivement quelques années plus tard. Depuis, elle a écrit des livres et des articles sur la région.
Aujourd'hui, vivant face à l'entrée du port de Port-Vendres, elle a tout naturellement écrit sa propre version de l'histoire de la ville qu'elle considère comme sa maison.