Office de tourisme de Collioure

Creeks and beaches

In Collioure, you can find various little creeks and unusual beaches that are unique to the Côte Vermeille.

During your stay in Collioure, explore delightful locations that are a little off the beaten track.Relax and re-energise in the clear, fish-filled waters. Relax and re-energise in the clear, fish-filled waters.


Saint Vincent cove :

Located behind the Church of Notre Dame des Anges, near to the town centre, this stony and sandy beach is unmissable, with stunning views over the Château Royal.

Boramar cove:

In the heart of the village, Boramar cove is surrounded by the Church of Notre Dame des Anges and the Château Royal. How splendid! Sheltered from the Mediterranean wind, you can dip your toes in the sea, with an ice-cream in hand, having just come from the shops, just a few steps away.

Faubourg Beach (Avall Port): : 

This long sandy beach has wonderful views over the Bay of Collioure, with the Château Royal in the background of this picture-perfect scene!

This beach, where sunbathing is widespread, is ideal for children.

La Balette cove:

Below the cliffs of the Côte Vermeille, this charming shingle cove has breath-taking views over the whole Bay of Collioure. Access via a narrow cobblestone path along the coast will only add to your excitement when you step onto the beach.

Les Batteries cove: :

who could ask for anything more from this gorgeous shingle beach, with its turquoise waters and views over the monuments of Collioure?

Blue Rock cove: :

This little cove is an extension of Les Batteries, and has mostly the same characteristics. Although its sand is closer to the residences, it is still just as typical of the Côte Vermeille!

Oli cove:

This cove under the cliffs has a mixture of fine sand and shingles. Cut off from the world, it remains largely unknown, meaning you can enjoy a moment of calm.