Hotel Restaurant La Fregate

24 Avenue Camille Pelletan , Collioure, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66190, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Collioure

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... was based on how we would be able to dance in trek boots!

Well apparently Sardana is the national dance of Catalonia (France) and Catalunya (Spain). It is a symbol of their national identity. Going back in history, Catalans always felt different from the rest of Spain; in fact they campaigned for independence for centuries. This really irritated Franco when he was dictator back in the fifties, sixties, ...

Medieval Besalu

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... Jewish synagogue and ritual bath that date back to the 12thC, a time before the Jews of Besalu were persecuted, ghettoized and eventually expelled. We were able to wander all around the town I impeded, as we were the only visitors around..not much going on there at this time of year, but lovely to see, nonetheless!


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Salvadore Dali country!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07

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... creation, clothing design, screenplay art (he designed the backdrop for Alfred Hitchcock's film, Spellbound) and writing (amongst others, he wrote he prologue to Sigmund Freud’s book, Moses and Monotheism). Salvador Dali certainly was 'over-the-top', critics calling him demented, sick, paranoid, (he himself stated that he self-induced hallucinations in order to access his subconscious ...

Last drinks, ladies and gents

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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Ate a great breakfast with Danish and French guests and chatted under Jean-Michel's careful multlingual balancing act seeing no-one was left out. We went to the Chateau Royale at the centre of the town. Begun by the Templars, then expanded by the power brokers in the region over the next 900 years, French, Monaco and Aragon, making it profoundly formidable. A thorough walk through the tunnels and armament stores, the ...

Over the hills and far away

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.

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... BC. Collioure has been held by everyone from the Phoeniceans onwards, it's a defensible port in the right spot. Vital to the Visigoths, required by the Romans, crucial to the Carthaginians, OK I'll stop now.

Once back and on the terrace at Villa Miranda, we decided that this was the day for a swim, so changed and went down to the grey pebbly beach at the foreshore. It was full of people doing the usual beachy things ...

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This hotel, located on 24 Avenue Camille Pelletan , Collioure, is near The Royal Castle (Chateau Royal), Archipel Plongee, and Route Napoleon.
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