Place de la Loge
Hôtel de Ville
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...
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.
Palais de la Députation
The Palais de la Députation was once the seat of the local parliament.
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 information
Three fine stone structures flank place de la Loge. Fourteenth-century Le Loge de Mer , rebuilt during the Renaissance, was once Perpignan’s stock exchange, then its maritime tribunal. Sandwiched between it and the Palais de la Députation , formerly seat of the local parliament, is the Hôtel de Ville , with a typically Roussillon red-brick and pebble facade.