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Since it opened in 1990, the Almandin restaurant has given its chef free rein to express his creativity and to surprise diners with a unique “signature” menu designed around a flagship product especially for the occasion (truffles, lobster, champagne) or featuring a seasonal theme (Autumn, mushrooms, game...). The Tables d’honneur have become exciting gourmet events in the life of the restaurant from autumn to spring.
The L’Île de la Lagune’s beach cruisers can be hired from the hotel’s reception. These light, comfortable curvy electrically-assisted bikes will give you a different way of visiting the surrounding area, at your own pace, as you enjoy the many ways in which the town has been adapted to guarantee that every cyclist always has a successful ride, such as the bicycle paths running all around the resort and the “Chaucidou” (chaussée pour des circulations douces -meaning “road for soft traffic”) scheme which gives priority to cyclists and pedestrians. Basket, helmet and padlock all supplied!
In order to feel really physically fit, a visit to the fitness room is the perfect complement to the benefits and deep relaxation offered by the thalassotherapy spa. A little running or cycling for a few miles, a series of fitness exercises and you’ll be ready to get the very most out of a lovely day on holiday. From 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day on the thalassotherapy spa floor.
The Saint-Cyprien Golf Resort is just ten minutes from the hotel and offers a unique golf experience - two courses (18 and 9 holes) in an amazing setting. You can tee off facing the Pyrenees, putt between the shady forest and the Étang de Canet nature reserve… There is a genuine “links” feel and a worthwhile challenge for green regulars. Then of course clubhouse life also includes a golf school, competitions and tournaments.
Those of you who love walking, getting out into the fresh air and panoramic views will find everything they could wish for here in the Pyrénées-Orientales area. The coastal footpath running from Collioure to Port-Vendres offers a chance to explore the coast and provides a unique view out over the department’s treasures (the Anse de Paulilles, Collioure lighthouse, the Racou beach, the Fort Saint-Elme, the royal castle, etc.) On the mountain side of things, the Lac des Bouillouses (overlooked by the Carlit) or the Canigou are waiting for you. Even if you don’t aim to climb right to the top, the Canigou offers some lovely places to visit in its foothills and, among the other things you simply mustn’t miss, a walk in the Gorges de la Carança, leaving from Villefranche-de-Conflent, offers a unique experience, with sheer rock faces, forest, ledges and pathways all in a setting where you'll find both the mineral and plant side of things to be fully preserved
The Les Capellans stadium is a two-minute walk from the hotel, it occupies four hectares and hosts all kinds of sporting and leisure activity. Paddle tennis , squash and tennis courts (both outdoor and indoor), a swimming pool and paddling pool, body-building and fitness rooms, sauna, etc. The complex welcomes all sportspeople and also offers individual classes. You'll find everything you need to reacquaint yourself with the healthy feeling of doing some physical activity and the pleasure of sport in a natural, green setting. This is the advantage of some “downtime in the country ” in an unspoilt region!
For a delightful walk with your partner or your family, Saint-Cyprien’s botanical garden offers a one-of-a-kind cool, green space. The hundred-year old park covers five hectares and has more than five hundred plant species, a bamboo grove and a collection of old roses. Botany fans can wander along the aisles on guided tours whilst other people will enjoy the events for children, the Tai Chi and yoga classes or the free concerts dotted throughout the summertime.
Ever since it first opened in 1990, L’Almandin has given its chef carte blanche to express his creativity and surprise guests with a unique “signature” menu, designed especially for the occasion and based around a flagship product (truffles, lobster, champagne) or on a seasonal theme (autumn, mushrooms, game, etc.) The Tables d’Honneur have become genuine gastronomic events and take place at the restaurant from autumn to spring.