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It is in Collioure that you will find a number of small coves and atypical beaches specific to the Côte Vermeille. Take advantage of your stay in the village of Collioure to discover these unusual places that delight holidaymakers. The fish-rich and clear waters will offer quality swimming, everything to fill up on energy and rest during the holidays. 
Located behind the Notre Dame des Anges church, close to the town center shops, this beach with a breathtaking view of the Royal Castle, mixes sand and pebbles, a must in Collioure!
Right in the heart of the village, the Boramar cove is surrounded by the Notre Dame des Anges church and the Royal Castle, what luxury! Protected from the Mediterranean winds, you can relax with your feet in the water and an ice cream in your hand, from the shops located close by.

This long sandy beach has an extraordinary view of the bay of Collioure, with the background of a postcard: the Royal Castle!

Ideal for children, sunbathing is commonplace here.

Located below the cliffs of the Côte Vermeille, this charming little cove of pebbles has a breathtaking view over the entire bay of Collioure. Its access by a small paved path along the coast will only make the time you spend on the beach even more wonderful.
Ouille Beach is located north of Collioure. This magnificent beach is made up of pebbles and stretches for about 100 meters where you can admire the cliffs of the Vermeille coast. It is a peaceful place at any time of the year.

Located in the town of Port-Vendres in the direction of Banyuls sur-Mer, surrounded by the famous vineyards of the Banyuls-Collioure cru, Anse de Paulilles is one of the most beautiful on the Catalan rocky coast. On the coast, between Cape Béar and Cape Oullestrell, the classified site of Anse de Paulliles  has a breathtaking landscape in store for you.

Between the sea and the mountains, the terraced vineyards and the cork oak forests, venture along the marked trails for a walk in the heart of a protected natural park.

While lovers of walks will take, from the beaches, the coastal path, others will take to the heights of the old water tower transformed into a lookout to enjoy a panoramic view of the site and the coast.

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