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We wanted to see the Mediterranean Sea, but not with the crowds of Nice and the Riviera. A beach town close to the Spanish border that we could visit on our way to Barcelona was the perfect answer.
Collioure was historically part of Catalonia and the Catalan culture runs deep. The architecture is more Spanish than French. Signs and menus …
... a baguette vending machine! Feed the machine with 85 cents and ‘voila’ out pops a fresh baguette, amazing!!! It was pretty much a ghost town at this time of year but that was fine by us as we found the few days of peace we had been craving before we head off to Espagna!!!!
Miles so far……1100 ….
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Friends & Fam--lots of you have been asking about when we're coming home, so: We have decided to shave Greece off our itinerary and save it for a later trip. We will make it as far west as Lisbon and then will head back to Frankfurt, as we must return our rental car ...
... note the color of the sand. This is the predominant texture and color of Mediterranean beach sand, definitely not the crystal-white sugar sand of Destin.
These scenes are in a small tourist enclave (during the summer season) in the seaside town of Santa Susanna, just north of Perpignan, France near the French-Spanish border about 30 miles from Carcassonne, the fortress town of 35 towers ...
Another decent night at Collioure, dry and warm. Then a drive around and a look-see! Found the route to the fort on the cliff and one could stopover there, gratuit. Drove around a little and found one could also park at the 'gare' dans la centre Ville de Collioure, so we will, later after shopping and ...