The ultimate sport for the great outdoors, hiking is perfect for soaking up the countryside and discovering magnificent views. All along the coastal walk, several short hikes will offer you a spectacular panoramic view over the bay of Collioure.
A small hike towards the Hermitage of Consolation or the Sainte-Elme Fort, or a full-day hike to the Tower of Madeloc, the surroundings of Collioure have something to offer every level and fancy.
A key hike starting in this Catalan city is one connecting Collioure to Cadaquès. A true crossing of the Pyrenees by the coast, this hike will give you the chance to discover a great many exceptional sites. With over 24 hours of walking spread across 6 or 7 days, this hike is nonetheless accessible to everyone. From paths overlooking the bay to sea-level walks, the coves and reserves of Banyuls, Cerbère or Llança will eventually lead you to Cadaquès, at the heart of the harbour where Dali stayed for so long. Mountain and ocean landscapes follow each other harmoniously as they accompany you along this remarkable hike.
For information about the most beautiful hikes on the Côte Vermeille and the Roussillon coastline, a topo guide is available at the Collioure Tourist Office.