COLLIOURE

If you only stay one night at the hotel, we invite you to spend half a day in Collioure. You will not be alone, it is difficult to park but you should not resist the charm of this small town of 3000 inhabitants. We invite you to discover:

- THE MOURÉ DISTRICT AND THE CHURCH NOTRE-DAME DES ANGES  
- THE ROYAL CASTLE OF COLLIOURE
- THE FAUVISM PATH
- THE FORT SAINT-ELME

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The Vermilion Coast

We particularly recommend this tour that combines Ballad, Culture and Beach!
Duration: between 1/2 day and 1 day

STEP 1 - THE MADELOC TOWER (between Collioure and Banyuls-sur-Mer)
STEP 2 - THE MAILLOL MUSEUM (in Banyuls-sur-Mer)
STEP 3 - THE ANSE DE PAULILLES (between Banyuls-sur-Mer and Port-Vendres)
STEP 4 - THE JACUZZI ... (at the hotel)

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CASTELNOU - SERRABONE - ILLE SUR TÊT

This one-day tour will allow you to discover Castelnou, a village ranked among "the most beautiful villages in France" and then relax at the priory of Serrabonne or walk in the heart of the surprising "geological site "Les Orgues" in Ille-sur-Têt .

- STEP 1 : CASTELNOU
- STEP 2 : THE PRIORY OF SERRABONE AND / OR "LES ORGUES" OF ILLE-SUR-TÊT

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The Cathar castles

If you stay at the hotel a week, we invite you to spend a day exploring the Cathar Country. To access this mountainous region of the Aude department, count 1h15 drive (66 kms). Warning: this trip is to avoid during windy days as these two castles are particularly exposed to the wind.

- STEP 1 : QUÉRIBUS CASTLE
- STEP 2 : PEYREPERTHUSE CASTLE
- STEP 3 : GALAMUS GORGES

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CADAQUÈS

Among all the villages on the Costa Brava in Spain, Cadaques is undoubtedly the most charming, with its church and its white houses facing the sea, its narrow streets, its fishing boats and its particular light. The village is not easy to reach but the reward is waiting for you

- 1st OPTION : BY BOAT – ONLY ON THURSDAY AND SUNDAY (WEATHER PERMITTING)
- 2nd OPTION : BY CAR

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