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All reviews cafes and restaurants crystal clear water nice beach sandwich fishing village bustling with activity couple of hours a nightmare water front southern france definitely worth a visit old church shoes beaches caves shore town
Collioure is an amazingly eclectic artisan village, with absolutely breathtaking views from everyone. Though the water was to cold to go in at the time, is was so nice to walk along the shore and feel the wonderful wind blowing across the inlet. We had...More
Amazing small seaside village. We arrived by the regular ferry from Argeles sur mer. Easy access by road with car parks. We have been twice now and have seen the French SAS training there. Market day is Wednesday. There is a Fort, Church, Cafes, boutique...More
This was a beautiful village not far from Argeles sur Mer. The backdrop was just stunning in every direction. I would advise you to get there early as parking is a nightmare. Also make sure to bring your swimming togs as the clear water is...More
As a group of ten it was much easier for us to rent a little house in Perpignan which is 45 minutes away from Collioure. We drove easily though parking could be difficult during the summer time. Five parking lots are available at a very...More
Collioure is the archetypal French fishing village, straight off a postcard. Absolutely stunning and if, like me, you like nothing more than just sitting in a little cafe or restaurant and watching the world go by, this is the place.
We visited with our kids...More
Collioure a original piece of France. A fishermans village with the charm of authentic and fantastic scenery. You have restaurants, beach, shopping and mountains bu Your feet. If You want to discover a piece of France, this is it.
If you are in the Languedoc region in France, you must visit this beautiful little town. Steeped in history, the old chateau and fortressed walls weave around a selection of cafes, bars, bistros, galleries and shops. There is also beaches to wile away the afternoon...More
We stumbled across Collioure as we're exploring the coastline. Parking can be a huge problem as its so popular. We went on the motorbike which was great. There is a local train station as a travel option. The place is full of history, I loved...More