During your holidays in the Pyrénées-Orientales, re-experience the history of Villefranche-de-Conflent when you come to this splendid 11th century mediaeval town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fans of old buildings and monuments will just love wandering along the ramparts pierced by fortified doors, or walking along the unusual Rue Saint-Jean, with the ancient walls of the houses you'll find here. You'll be amazed by the exceptional heritage which means it is listed as one of France's loveliest villages. From the top of its ramparts, look out over the amazing landscapes. You'll be able to make out Fort Libéria, standing guard over the mediaeval town, and climb the underground stairway that connects the fort to the town of Villefranche-de-Conflent, which makes for a proper adventure to enjoy with the family!
Looking for activities that are off the beaten track during your holiday? Then you'll love this! The town is the departure point of the Catalan region's symbolic Yellow Train, proudly showing off the colours of its flag. In the past, this train linked the high plateaux of Cerdanya with the rest of the department. These days, it is a genuine emblem of the town. It really makes for an unusual and unexpected surprise! Step aboard with the family for an amazing trip through the Regional Nature Reserve of the Pyrénées Catalanes. Share an even more amazing time in Villefranche-de-Conflent when you come to the Caves of Les Canalettes, which lie at the foot of the Massif du Canigou. A unique location in France that'll take you on a magical journey. Soak up the beauty of this underground world, a natural marvel that people of all ages will love! You'll soon see that Villefranche-de-Conflent is an unmissable place to visit during your camping holiday, so make sure you pay a visit!
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