Le Castillet & Casa Païral
Le Loge de Mer
Just south of Le Castillet, the place de la Loge has three fine stone structures, including 14th-century Le Loge de Mer , rebuilt during...
Hôtel de Ville
Place de la Loge has three fine stone structures. Sandwiched between La Loge de Mer and the Palais de la Députation, once seat of the...
Palais de la Députation
Next to La Loge de Mer is the Palais de la Députation, once the seat of the local parliament.
Arty cafe with a Gaudí-inspired interior, all sinuous shapes and white ceramic fragments.
Catalan cuisine in a chaotic dining room, secreted along a side alley of the old town. The interior is covered with photos, model ships...
Lonely Planet review
Perpignan's old town was once encircled by stout walls, designed by the military architect Vauban during the 14th century. Today all that remains is the red-brick town gate of Le Castillet , at the northern end of the old town.
Inside the gateway is the Casa Païral , a modest folklore museum which contains various bits and pieces of Catalan ephemera – from traditional bonnets and lace mantillas to an entire 17th-century kitchen.