Castle - right in the village centre is open to the public all year round
(pictured below right).
Fort of St Elme - easy 30 min. walk behind Collioure - sensational views of
mountain ranges, coastline and the Pyrenees fire signal towers, used centuries
ago, to warn of impending invasions. More on the fortifications.
is at the end of the port area - well worth a visit and lunch.
Collioure's famous church that juts into the sea. The bell tower base is the
port's ancient lighthouse.
Dominican Convent - founded in 1290 now houses an extensive wine cave and a wine
Modern Art Museum - opened in 1930 now has frequent exhibitions of contemporary
artist - located on Route de Port Vendres (3 min from our cottage and studio).
Wine - Olives
Wine caves and guided wine and gastronomic walks through vineyards available.
Wind mill - an easy 5 minute walk to see the restored windmill, now used for grinding olives. Great spot for spectacular harbour views.