In the Mediterranean Pyrenees you never get bored. And in all weathers.
Rainy or excessively hot days are a good opportunity to test indoor activities!
The “Micro-madness”, the digital museum
Located at Port-Vendres, this museum is a truly local, innovative and modern platform. Explore for free, and available to all, all the tools to discover or rediscover national and international masterpieces. Dive into total immersion in a digital world thanks to virtual reality headsets…. It's just as surprising as it is entertaining!
The museum also offers educational games around art and “Fablab” workshops, the manufacture of personalized objects, using a computer: flocking on fabric, embroidery and creation of 3D objects.
Access is free and free; registration for the workshops is mandatory.
Information on 09 75 63 16 78.
The Escape Games
This life-size escape game is aimed at all audiences and does not require any specific knowledge or physical skills.
Locked in a room, your objective will be to get out of it in less than an hour. To do this, you will need to solve puzzles, unlock codes and padlocks and above all show team spirit and great cohesion, to thwart the pitfalls that await you.
Although there are a few rooms suitable for children, the escape game is above all a game intended for adults.
Real places of culture and leisure, the many media libraries in our territory are places of meeting, exchange and pleasure. Every year, they offer several hundred free activities open to all: stories for children, reading and writing workshops, games, conferences, etc.
Of course, you have the possibility of borrowing or consulting a multitude of documents on site.
Focus on “Les Petites Scènes”
Between September and June, the region's Mediatheques, in collaboration with the Pyrénées Méditerranée Tourist Office, offer live shows aimed at young audiences.
Traveling through works, myths, legends, opening up to everyone's understanding, from the next to the most distant, offering everyone a means of emancipation, that is the objective of this cultural action.
Admission is free for all, however reservations are required!