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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
The apartment is on the ground floor of a small complex .The very pretty balcony which overlooks the communal gardens and beautiful bay is furnished with table and chairs for al fresco dining.
The apartment is tastefully furnished and contains one double bedroom, bathroom with separate toilet and an open plan kitchen and sittingroom with studio couches. Although only a short stroll via stunning views to the beaches, shops,markets and restaurants of Collioure, the apartment is quiet and peaceful.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Collioure less than 10 minutes 700 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Perpignan 20 km, Nearest railway: Collioure 1.5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden|
|Further details outdoors|
Pedestrian access to the apartment is directly from the main Collioure to Port Vendres coast road.
When travelling by car the apartment and garage is accessed via the Route Imperiale.
There is a shared garden to the front of the apartment which can be used for barbecues.
Smoking permitted on balcony only.
About this location
The Languedoc-Roussillon region
The Pyrénées Orientales department is situated in the Pyrénées region.
From the miles of sandy beaches of Argeles to the imposing mountains and ski slopes of the Pyrenees this area has everything to offer.
The climate is very attractive too - 300 days of sunshine a year!
The region is dotted with typical french towns and villages of character.
Between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean, lies the ancient city of Perpignan which was once coveted by Spain, but today is the capital of Roussillon and French Catalonia. It’s a lovely city to explore on foot, to do some shopping and strolling in the shade of palm and plane trees beside the cooling waters of fountains.
Carcassone,further north, a medieval walled city steeped in history, is captivating.
Come and discover Catalonia's extraordinarily rich natural, architectural and gastronomic heritage. Explore the tracks from the Pyrenees to the Mediterranean and enjoy the traditional warm and friendly Catalan hospitality.
Collioure, the gem of the Cote Vermeille, is a picture postcard village with a small fishing port and four beautifully clean crescent -shaped beaches.Against the backdrop of vineyards and pinched between the mountains and the sea, the village is made up of narrow pedestrianised cobbled streets which offer a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, boulangeries, art galleries, wine shops and even a small art house cinema.
Art lovers will have no difficulty recognising scenes immortalised by the Fauvist artists Matisse and Derain, who spent many summers in Collioure.
'No sky in all France is more blue than that of Collioure. I only have to close the shutters of my room and there before me are all the colours of the Mediterranean' - so effused Matisse.
A wonderful selection of restaurants, that even in high season do not require prebooking, offer an excellent range of delicious menus at very reasonable prices.Open all year round
The excellent Tourist office provides a range of guidebooks. Hill walkers will enjoy trekking up to the mountain summits while there are also more leisurely strolls to be taken around the coast.
It is possible to catch a market every day in the region. Every Wednesday and Sunday stroll down to the market offering local crafts and fresh farm produce in the centre of Collioure. For fish lovers there is a daily fish market in nearby Port Vendres.
Sample and pick up some of the spendid local Red, Rosé and White Collioure wines produced on the mountain terraced vineyards.
Collioure`s Good Friday procession of hooded penitents is about the richest this side of the Pyrenees. Altogether more joyous are Fetes de la St-Vincent ( 14 - 18 August), celebrations in honour of the towns's patron saint, their highlight a spectacular firework display on the 16th.
In season, from April to October, a journey with spectacular views, on the little yellow train, through the vineyards. past the restored windmill and forts and over the hill to nearby Port Vendres is a must.
Being close to the border with Spain, you are within a one hour drive or train journey to the famous Salvador Dali museum in Figueres, and you can be in the bustling city of Barcelona within two hours.
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13 Oct 2014
My wife and I spent a week in Collioure in September and it was wonderful! The town is beautiful, particularly the little artists' studios in the old town and the castle. It was incredibly relaxi… More
3 Dec 2012
"Super relaxing getaway"
Had a wonderful week in Collioure at the end of October. This was our first time there but will not be the last. It is a beautiful area with lots of great walks, restuarants & bars and generally a very relaxing area.Our whole experience was greatly enhanced by our accommodation and its excellent quality. The apartment is ideally located just outside Collioure, about 10min walk to centre and the same to Port Vendres, and was perfect for our requirements. It is spotlessly clean and all facilites required are available, clean and working. There are lovely views from the balcony and is about 5 min walk from a really nice beach. I would not hesitate to recommend this accommodation to fellow travellers.
24 Jan 2012
"Had a blast in COLLIOURE."
In France for the Heineken Cup weekend .Got to see all the games in the SOLA Bar.
3 of us had great weekend. Apartment was great and handy to the town yet quiet.Fantastic sea views. Kitchen a bit small but never used. Loads of restaurants
14 Jul 2011
"The perfect place for a romantic summer getaway!"
This apartment was just perfect for a week's getaway in gorgeous Collioure! Nestled up in the hills, 10mins walk from the centre of town, and with a gorgeous view of the Med from the balcony wind… More
6 Jul 2011
I have stayed here for a week in August for the last few years and really enjoyed myself. If you are looking for an apartment that is not part of a big block of apartments then this would be suitable.… More
23 Jun 2011
"Totally Dreadful Damp And Mould"
Im sorry to say that having as many as 12 holidays in Collioure through the years this is the first and i hope last time i have to submit a unfavourable review.The accommodation was simply awful, we s… More
Unfortunately we are unable to entertain your demand for a full refund of the cost of your holiday.
You spent 6 days of your 7 day holiday in our apartment without making any complaints whatsoever to our agent who was available to you at all times.
The very large and reputable agents which we have been using for 5 years would not rent our apartment under any circumstances if they thought it was below standard in any way.
Together with our agents we have investigated your concerns.
The apartment is not and never was damp. It is a modest apartment, very reasonably priced, with very good facilities in a stunning location. It is thoroughly examined and cleaned after every tenant. The tenants preceding and following you made no complaints.
If, as you claim, the bed was 'wet' why would you sleep on it for 5 nights without complaint? One does not wait until one finishes dessert to complain about the inedible starter?
The unseasonable wet and stormy weather you experienced whilst you were in Collioure was, I am sure, a disappointment for you but unfortunately the weather is not under our control.
I will leave it to the discerning trip advisor reviewer to make their own judgement!
19 Jun 2011
"Perfect location for a relaxing break"
This apartment has everything necessary for a perfect holiday in this beautiful town. The balcony with the view over the lovely gardens and the sea is ideal for croissants and coffee in the morning to… More
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