Our hotel establishment is very close to the Spanish border. You can get there easily and go through charming towns. Departing from Hotel Le Madeloc, walk along the coast through the towns of Port-Vendres, Banyuls-sur-Mer, Cerbère, Port-Bou, LLança, El Port de la Selva, Cadaquès, and finish in Figueras. On your way, you can visit the Dali House and the Dali Museum.
What to see in Collioure?
Discover the city of Collioure and all its secrets. For this, we invite you to visit the Royal Castle and the Church-Notre-Dame-des-Anges, on the port of Collioure. Continue to explore the city to discover Fort Saint-Elme, a former military fort, the 15th century Collioure mill and the Madeloc tower, the watchtower located on the heights of Collioure. In addition, it is in Collioure that you will find the graves of Antonio Machado, great Spanish poet and humanist, and that of Patrick O'Brian, author of biographies and translator.
In order not to miss any remarkable place in the city, we recommend that you try the “Little Tourist Train” in the city.
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Unmissable monuments Discovering Roman Art
To discover or learn more about Roman Art, we advise you to visit the Priory of Serrabona which was founded in the 11th century, the Abbey of Saint-Michel de Cuxa, a Benedictine monastery, the Abbey of Saint-Martin du Canigou. , with its remarkable cathedral and cloister, and finally the Abbey of Saint-Génis-des-Fontaines. These monuments are steeped in history and are located in the vicinity of our charming hotel in Collioure.
Discover remarkable sites Miliary art
In the region, three sites are essential military art. Thus, we invite you to discover Fort Liberia in Villefranche de Conflent, a perched sentry dominating the city, Fort Bellegarde in the city of Le Perthus, a 17th century fortification on the border between France and Spain, as well as the fortress of Salses-le-Château.
The splendid churches Baroque art
In the Pyrénées-Orientales, there are many historical monuments, churches and buildings guarding Baroque art. To learn more about Baroque art, we advise you to walk the streets and cobbled alleys of the town centers of Ille-sur-Têt, Prades and Collioure. Beautiful walks await you.