Discover Collioure Part 3. Amy Marina is back, here is day 3 of her holiday in Collioure.
In the third and final installment from our guest and vlogger Amy Marina as she shares her last day in Collioure. It is a Wednesday morning and Amy goes to the local market where they sell lots of local produce, fruits and hand made craftware as well as local wines, foodstuff and of art. She also visits the artists quarter near to the church where you will find lots of galleries and workshops selling painting, sculptures and many different types of art. Finally Amy has look in the church and the huge golden alter.
Later in the video, Amy summarises her stay in Collioure and explains why she likes Collioure so much. While 2 days is a short stay I think she managed to squeeze in quite a lot. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Amy for letting us share her holiday with you, I really think she has managed to capture the essence of the village very well.
We have a lot of local knowledge about what to do, see and experience here in Collioure and the surrounding area and are always happy to share our knowledge with you. We spend time with each of our guests to ensure that they get the most out of their holiday, whether it is a short 2 day stay or a long 2 week vacation.
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Discover Collioure Part 2. Amy Marina is back, here is day 2 of her holiday in Collioure.
In this episode Amy tries the restaurant Le Jardin De Collioure and goes on the road train to the Fort St Elme. The road train travels through the vines high above Collioure village up to the Fort St Elme where you get a couple of minutes to enjoy the views over the harbour and the windmill. The train then continues into Port-Vendres, along the coastal road back to Collioure. For those who have not been to Collioure before, this is a good way to get your barings and understand what is around.
She also takes us for a look inside the Chateau Royale de Collioure.
Brasserie La Voile in Collioure is a fantastic spot for an aperitif. Serving drinks from around 5 pm until 8 pm, customers can expect great views and good service. The Brasserie La Voile is part of the Neptune restaurant.
The terrace has three sails above it resembling a ship. We went there in April just as the sun was setting over the harbour and we were served complimentary olives with our rosé. It was a lovely warm evening and ideal for watching the sun go down.
The ship theme of the bar is continued with a deck style area and ship like ropes. The views out over the harbour are stunning.
The resturant itself is excellent, although quite expensive. They make a great deal of effort to present and serve seasonal food. The service is keen and efficient without being overbearing.
One to come back to for us.
The address is 9 route de Port-Vendres, 66190, Collioure.
The village has a long tradition of fishing for anchovies and each year this is celebrated with the Anchovy Festival Collioure. At one point during the early part of the last century, fishing was the most important industry in the area. Anchovies are still fished and cured in Collioure.
For 2017 the festival will take place on the 3rd of June, in the square opposite the Office de Tourisme.