Office de tourisme de Collioure

Cultural Activities

    Due to its excellent location, Collioure has a rich and intense history. As both a large commercial port and a royal palace, Collioure has experienced moments of great prestige and commercial growth, and has been the home to various peoples. However, its strategic, cross-border location has led to numerous conflicts, causing the town to be destroyed multiple times. Due to its chequered history, Collioure has learnt how to pick itself up after a fall. Learn more about the town's history, by visiting the cultural heritage of Collioure and coming on one of our history tours in the Maison du Fauvisme,

                                                                       #absolutecollioure

    21 result(s)

    Zoom
    Map

    He is the oldest of the department. On February 11, 1337, the Knight Raymond of Toulouse,...

    Maison du Fauvisme is now an unmissable destination in Collioure. The Tourist Office offers...

    Fort Saint Elme is a Fort built between 1538 and 1552. Its star architecture, its loopholes, its...

    'Le Château Royal ' is on the water's edge and is well-located in the middle of the town. Its...

    Discover the exhibition of Henri Vergé Sarrat & Rolande Déchorain at the Museum of Modern Art . In...

    Patrick o'Brian (1914-2000) arrived in Collioure in 1939, and wrote a lot about the town,...

    Antonio Machado fled Franco's regime to arrive in Port Bou on the 27th January 1939. He arrived in...

    Located beside the sea and above the town, Dugommier Fort can be seen from the Bay of Collioure....

    During the Middle Ages, a watchtower was built on this site to survey the northern coastline. In...

    Collioure, the 'City of Painters' and the birthplace of Fauvism , has been shaped by the many great...

    'Le petit train touristique' (touristic train) of Collioure and Port-Vendres offers you a pleasant...

    Fort Carré and the Tour de l'Etoile This defensive structure was classed as a Historic Monument in...

    The Batterie Taillefer had a defensive function. Built in the 3rd century, it has now been...

    Built in 1701 on a schist rock, the Chapel of Saint Vincent sits at the edge of the cove of...

    Opened in 1906, the Protestant church was designed by the Danish architect, Viggo Dorph Petersen,...

    This is an in situ installation concept , created by artist Marc-André 2 Figueres. POINTS 2 VIEW...

    Located at the edge of the Avall Port, the monastery was founded in 1290 under the orders of King...

    Located right next to Boramar beach, Notre Dame des Anges (Our Lady of the Angels) is one of the...

    The cloister of the Dominicans lived several places of life before returning to Collioure. This...

    Built in the 18th century, the 654m-high tower controls the coast, and is part of a vast network of...