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Enjoying a location where its neighbours are the French Riviera and Spain, Perpignan is perfectly placed to offer lovely sunny holiday weather as well as an ideal spot for touring the locality.
Taking advantage of its close proximity to Spain, Perpignan people enjoy life to the full with a distinctly catalan edge - expect catalan cuisine, catalan music and of course that unmistakable party spirit.
France's southern most city is a haven for medieval sights offering many hidden pockets of Perpignan history-awaiting their discovery. Here is a town that offers many medieval doorways and monuments ensuring a steady supply of sight seers throughout the year.
Places to visit around town include the must see pretty port of Collioure.
A popular haunt for painters, its attractive water's edge is peppered with perfect looking white-washed houses and is situated south of Perpignan. As well as Collioure, art lovers will feel drawn to the Musee d'Art (Museum of Modern Art) featuring the unsurpassable canvasses of Matisse, Miro, Chagall and Dali.
One of the singularly most popular and stunning of local attractions is that of the Palace of the Kings of Majorca. Dated back to the thirteenth century, this feast of Moorish architecture will leave the most ardent of hungry sight-seers very satisfied. When you are ready for more impressive architecture, why not visit the fourteenth century Cathedral of Saint-Jean. Building of the cathedral was completed way back in 1509 and is adorned with a stunning blue and white marble gate way.
Other points of interest around Perpignan are the rare coin museum (Musee Puig) and the catalan painter for Louis XIV, Hyacinthe Rigaud's Musee.
Perpignan is very well connected to the regional road system, offering additional places to visit just minutes away in the car. Situated in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, visitors are well placed to enjoy the offerings of Nimes, Carcassonne, Narbonne, Montpellier and many more.
Head across to nearby Nimes for some superb panoramic views atop the tower of the Tour Magne. Dominating the landscape and skyline around Nimes, the Tower castes a brooding spell across the town as it has done over this spot since 16BC.
In addition to the tower, the Roman ampitheatre, site of many a gladiatorial bout is found in Nimes and is currently the Languedoc-Roussillon's largest concert venue. The scene of some of the early bull-fights in the nineteenth century, the ampitheatre's design was influenced by the Coliseum in Rome.
Not too far from Perpignan in Loupian, Herault, you can enjoy authentic Roman mosaics. Now a museum, but once the Pre Bas Roman Villa, the impressive collection of colourful mosaics covers a whole square kilometre and has to be seen to be believed.
The southern french region of Languedoc-Roussillon is a top tourist hotspot with good reason. With in excess of forty Blue-Flag (clean bathing award) beaches, the region attracts holidaymakers with its excellent watersports activities, in particular, offers some of the best windsurfing opportunities.
As well as the best beaches, top sailing facilities at resorts like Gruissan, Leucate and la Grande-Motte, caving is a local activity that is increasing in popularity. The Languedoc region possesses the most intricate collection of caves in Europe. A number of caves can be explored along with a tour guide and many passages are lit and have steps built in. One of the most famous of local cave finds contains the hundred thousand soldiers of the Grotte de Trabuc rock sculpture.
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Situated five kilometres from the centre of town. A five minute journey from the A9 motorway.
A bus service from the airport operated by Les Couriers runs to the SNCF Railway Station as well as Gare Routiers bus depot in Perpignan.There is a coach service available from the airport to Perpignan at a cost of Eur 4.50 (GBP 3 ).
In addition and for your convenience there are taxis that operate out of the airport. The trip to Perpignan costs around Eur 15 (GBP 10).
A train shuttle service operates from the airport to Perpignan.