Hôtel de Ville
Place de la Loge
Three fine stone structures flank place de la Loge. Fourteenth-century Le Loge de Mer , rebuilt during the Renaissance, was once...
Palais de la Députation
The Palais de la Députation was once the seat of the local parliament.
Le Loge de Mer
The 14th-century Le Loge de Mer, rebuilt during the Renaissance, was once Perpignan’s stock exchange, then its maritime tribunal.
Freshly-ground-coffee aromas waft from this wonderful roastery, which sells beans to take away and brews fantastic espressos to drink at...
On the fringes of the old town, in a building once used as Perpignan’s stock exchange, this buzzy bistro is ideal for a quick, no-fuss...
place de la Loge · interesting places nearby
Hôtel de Ville information
The Hôtel de Ville has a typically Roussillon pebbled facade of river stones. Pass by on summer weekends and you may see locals of all ages dancing the graceful sardane, the Catalan folk dance.