St. Laurent de Cerdans

A delightful historic french village nestled amidst the Pyrenees mountains, rugged landscapes and lush greenery. Full of Catalonian character from the cobbled streets, stone houses, traditional cultures and stunning views.

Saint-Laurent-de-Cerdans is located in the French Pyrénées just north of the Spanish boarder and close to neighbouring towns such as Céret and Arles. Popular among tourists, the village remains famous for its Catalan weaving, as well as its renowned Vigatanes. Its architectural heritage and culture brings a lot to the village, a must visit and unforgettable quaint village.

The attractive historic village has plenty of amenities, which include a supermarket, shops, baker, charcuiterie & butcher banks (all of which are open on Sunday mornings). Furthermore, the is a post office, garage with petrol & repairs, bars, restaurants, a very good hairdresser, cinema, museum, disco, tourist information, pharmacy, 2 doctors (who speak English) and an excellent physiotherapist and masseur.