Félibrée is a traditional Occitan Festival which takes place every year in a town or village in the Perigord. The festival has been running since 1903 and takes place over three days and involves a range of traditional events. This year it is the turn of St Cyprien to host the 99th Félibrée.
Over the last few months a great deal of planning, arranging and decorating has taken place in order to create the wonderful decorations which adorn the streets, squares and alleyways in St Cyprien. 300,000 flowers, poppies, sunflowers, wisteria and crosses have been made from paper and plastic.
This group wore the traditional Occitan cross.
Félibrée 2018, Saint Cyprien, 29th June to 1st July.
Candlelight night at Les Jardins de Marqueyssac every Thursday night from the 5th July.
National Day in France.14th July Fire work displays in every village, town and cities throughout France.