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Select a filter and easily find accommodation fitting your criteria among the 911 rentals in Collioure. Our database highlights that TVs and internet prove to be the most frequently offered features in Collioure. Plan your holidays in advance if you want a letting with a fireplace or you enjoy soaking in the hot tub. There are just 14 listed properties with fireplaces and 26 properties providing jacuzzis.
The Weather in Collioure
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This is the climate diagram for Collioure. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° in Collioure in February. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is July.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Collioure
445 of the 911 listed rentals in Collioure are apartment rentals. In other words, they make up many of the property types in this destination (63.75%). The average price of this specific type of property is £86 a night, with an average size of 44 m². Furthermore, this type of lodging is great for medium-sized groups and families, since the majority of apartment rentals are able to welcome groups of 4. You might also like to compare other accommodation types in Collioure. Hotel rooms are another typical accommodation option in Collioure, with 158 currently listed. Hotel rooms in Collioure are 18 m² on average, with prices averaging £124 per night.
Come to your Holiday Home in Collioure for a Spanish-French fusion
This stunning coastal town on the border of France and Spain is an ideal holiday hideaway. The crescent of terracotta clad buildings warmed by the sun combine the charm and warmth of Spain with the style and je ne sais quoi of France. The harbour is particularly picturesque with its white sailed boats creating a tangle of rigging, representative of a slower pace of life.
Where to find the best food in Collioure?
Thrill your taste buds
The French-Spanish identity of this seaside town is reflected in its cooking. Seafood is big here, and you can enjoy the medley of cultural influences in some of the excellent restaurants to be found along the coast and the heart of town. Bouillabaisse, a rich seafood soup, is a must-try. Infused by Catalan and French flavours, it benefits from fresh ingredients sourced right off the Collioure coast. Naturally, the wine here is drunk liberally with meals, and why not? Collioure's wines benefit from the variety of flavours afforded by the town's unique positioning in the Mediterranean.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Collioure?
Masterpieces of the Mediterranean
Inhabited since prehistoric times, Collioure was the main trading port of the Mallorcan empire for many years. The cloth, oil and wine were exported throughout the Mediterranean, while spices and oriental fabrics were imported. The town played an important role in the Fauvist movement, visited by Derain, Braque, Dufy and Pablo Picasso among others. Along the Chemin du Fauvisme you'll find reproductions of the paintings in the original locations they were made. You can join a tour or find your way around by purchasing a guide for just four Euros.
What are the must-see attractions in Collioure?
Experiences to rock your world
Moulin de Collioure
This amazing mill that has survived from the Middle Ages is located on the hills on the side of the creek that flows from Perpignan. It was operational right up to the nineteenth century for grinding grain and is now used to press the olive oil needed for producing Collioure's famous olive oil.
The Royal Castle
The original castle on this site dated to 981 and was built by the Counts of Roussillon under the rule of Aragon. The present castle is still a thousand years old and was used by several generations of royals who traded throughout the Mediterranean and even further afield. The mysterious group of the Knights Templar integrated a new castle into the old as far back as 1345, so this ancient edifice boasts a star-strewn and exotic history.
Église Notre Dame des Anges
Another cultural landmark is the church in Collioure, a spectacular structure right over the water which offers wondrous views from its turreted nave. Built in 1684, this distinctive building merges with the lighthouse on this spot, which was later covered with the cupola you can see today. Its many chapels are dedicated to a wide variety of saints.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Collioure?
The average nightly price for a holiday home in Collioure is £35.
How many holiday homes are available to book in Collioure?
There are currently 911 holiday homes in Collioure to browse and book for your next trip.
What is the most popular holiday home amenity in Collioure?
Travellers planning holidays to Collioure most often look for TVs, internet, and balconies/patios when it comes to accommodation amenities.
How many holiday homes are on offer in Collioure?
Holidaymakers looking for accommodation in Collioure will be pleased to know that there are 911 options on offer, with prices starting from just £35 per night.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Collioure holiday home?
Yes, there are 239 holiday homes in Collioure that allow pets, with an average price of £100 per night.
What's the best time of year to travel to Collioure?
Book your Collioure holiday in July or August to avoid a washout; these are the months with the least amount of rain.
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