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Hotels in French Pyrenees (Ski and Mountain hotels)

Hotels in French Pyrenees (Ski and Mountain hotels)

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At DeMediterrà we understand the importance of choosing the right hotel for a trip in French Pyrenees. We guarantee the best selection of hotels in French Pyrenees which best suit your needs. At DeMediterrà we have different ways of searching for the best hotel in French Pyrenees, allowing you to decide if it is the one that best suits your expectations.

In all the hotels inFrench Pyrenees, we present information about their amenities, availability, and its location on the map. But furthermore, DeMediterrà has got a Travel Guide about the French Pyrenees with information, advice and comments page that help us to improve the guide. From DeMediterrà we wish you a happy stay in the French Pyrenees.
Green and wild, wavy or rough, the French Pyrenees are a world to enjoy nature. The French side of this majestic mountain range, extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea, bordering closely with Spain, with which it shares more of a custom and tradition.

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French Pyrenees
The French Catalonia, known as Catalunya Nord, is a territory historically, culturally and linguistically Catalan, which was handed to French after the Treaty of the Pyrenees in 1659, when Philip IV of Castile and III of Aragon gave the land north of Catalonia, with its capital at Perpignan, to the French king Louis XIV.

This was a setback for Catalonia, as it lost a fifth part of its territory and, most important, the second largest city, Perpignan, was in foreign hands. Louis XIV of France immediately banned the Catalan language and culture and imposed French cultre.

Today, few people still speak Catalan in this area of ​​southern France, especially after World War II, when literacy became widespread. But thanks to tourism and business in general with Catalonia, it seems that this area regains its original language, the rosellonès (well known Catalan dialect of Northern Catalonia).

The Catalans have tried to recover El Rosselló (Roussillon) throughout history but without success. Now the independence of Catalunya Nord struggle through the polls to claim its catalanity. Although the French Government administratively subdivided, regardless historical territories to prevent outbreaks by nationalist minority cultures. Roussillon area has ensured that Catalan is co-official language along with French.

In this way the language has been enhanced in government, in the nomenclature of the towns and streets and can be learned in schools. The French Catalonia belongs to the General Department of the Eastern Pyrenees, which is part of the Languedoc - Roussillon, which is informally known as the Catalan region.

The Catalunya Nord has over 440 000 inhabitants. The territory has the following regions: El Rosselló, with its capital at Perpignan, Vallespir, Conflent, Capcir, the Alta Cerdanya and Fenolhedes. Despite its small territory, French Catalonia has sea, beaches, skiing, forests, meadows and Perpignan, with about 250 000 inhabitants.

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