Ceret is a beautiful old town nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees in Southern France, with tree lined streets and shady squares. The town has retained its distinct Catalan heritage, which can be found in local customs, festivals and food. In the summer months, the local squares provide convenient stopping-off points for Sardane dancers as they wander the town. You can enjoy al fresco dining, under the plane trees and jostling umbrellas of the restaurants. Hearty Catalan dishes can be found on many menus in the town and beautiful surrounding villages.
Loved by artists because of the fabulous views and light; Picasso, Matisse, Chagall, Dufy, all lived or spent time here and their paintings hang in the Ceret Museum of Modern Art. Today there are still many galleries and popular exhibitions, with plentiful shops, restaurants, cafes, two banks, a library and a public, open-air swimming pool (in July and August).
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