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Staying in one of 3 charming cottages, beautifully and sympathetically restored from an old, disused watermill, surrounded by tranquil, terraced gardens bordered by a babbling stream, you won’t wish for a better atmosphere to get your creative juices flowing. Your hosts, Stuart and Kate, offer fully inclusive breaks with tuition from professional photographer, Nigel Bradley.

The objective of our photography holidays is to provide guests the opportunity to learn new skills, at their own pace, with the emphasis on enjoyment. To aid budding photographers (leisure/keen amateurs) in improving their visual and technical prowess in digital photography. Please note that the courses are not designed for high-end or semi professionals. Expert tuition in small groups of no more than 7 ensures that all levels of ability are catered for with encouragement and guidance to achieve better pictures across all areas.

Situated in a valley of the Lower Fenouilledes in the foothills of the Pyrenees, this peaceful location makes an ideal base for photographers. Each season brings its own beauty, colour and light. Fresh greens and yellows of Spring to the incredible Autumn reds and oranges of the surrounding vineyards and deciduous forests. Between mountains and the Mediterranean you will find dramatic scenery and be introduced to local markets in small towns and the stunning, vibrant coastline. Kate and Stuart, friendly and welcoming, will ensure a comfortable stay and you will have plenty of time to relax at the end of each day on one of the terraces, or to take a stroll in the surrounding countryside. The flora is unique, having the largest range of wild orchids in France. You’re bound to find inspiration in abundance!


The picturesque little town of Collioure, occupying an idyllic site on two small bays, against the backdrop of the Pyrenean foothills. It has much to offer, in terms of charm and amenities, famous for its fortifications, church and royal castle. Collioure offers narrow cobbled streets with colourful, flower bedecked balconies and boutiques with inviting window displays, its seaside promenade overlooking the brightly coloured catalan boats and outdoor cafes. This little fortress town has a very distinctive character not to be missed.

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