What to do in Saint Cyprien in the Eastern Pyrénées ?

Saint-Cyprien is one of the most beautiful seaside destinations in the Pyrénées-Orientales.
This town of just over ten thousand inhabitants is particularly attractive for its beautiful sandy coves and beaches, where water sports such as kitesurfing and stand-up paddling are popular.
The town is also known for its large marina, the third largest in Europe, its Jardin de Plantes and the local produce that fills its market stalls.

Where is Saint-Cyprien?

Saint-Cyprien is located in the eastern part of the Pyrénées-Orientales, on the Mediterranean coast.
The town is an interesting starting point for exploring coastal destinations.
For example, holidaymakers can explore Canet-en-Roussillon or Le Barcarès to the north, or head south to Argelès-sur-Mer, Collioure, Banyuls-sur-Mer or Cerbère.
Some will go as far as Spain, enjoying the beauty of the countryside in towns such as Portbou.
Certains pousseront leur escapade jusqu’en Espagne, profitant de la beauté des paysages de villes comme Portbou par exemple.