Mar I Cel Hotel Canet en Roussillon

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Place de la Mediterranee, BP 16, Canet-en-Roussillon, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66141, France
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Rated 36% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Is it an expensive city

by kmuffle

I am looking for a friend and I to take a long weekend in Perpignan as the flights are cheap but don't want to save on a flight only to be caught by the expensive food and drink.

What the average price for beer/food or is it a case of go to the tourist places and pay 5 euros more than off the beaten track?

Re: Is it an expensive city

by leics

It is always a case of 'go to the tourist places and pay more', everywhere.

Now the pound and euro are pretty much equal, I haven't found France to be much cheaper than the UK in terms of food. I haven't been to Perpignan itself, but I'm sure you'll be able to find fast-food places and reasonably-priced food there.

Remember that you will pay more for eating/drinking whilst sitting outside....always cheaper inside.

Try to get a hotel with breakfast, and fill up on that so you only need a small (or no) lunch.....and if you do need lunch, get a take-away baguette or similar, or buy some bread/cheees/tomatoes from a supermarket and have a picnic.

Re: Is it an expensive city

by cubsur

Beer in Perpignan, in fact in all of France, is frighteningly expensive compared with the UK. In a bar, cafe etc, expect to pay the equivalent of around £6 a pint, minimum.

Spending a month in France in the summer does me some good, as I cannot afford to drink a lot at that price either!

Eating out isn't too bad as the 'menu prix fixe' is usually good value.

Re: Is it an expensive city

by leics

Better to stick to coffee and a carafe (or demi-carafe) of house wine, I think.

I rarely drink beer in wine-favouring countries, or wine in those which favour beer. It's usually the cheapest way.

Re: Is it an expensive city

by jamesfmunro

My experience (over more years than I care to remember) is that Languedoc- Roussillon offers greater value for money than many other parts of France. 2 or 3 Euros for 25cl of beer is not unrealistic. But at the same time, you can buy industrial quantities of entirely drinkable local wine for ludicrously low prices compared to the UK.

Re: Is it an expensive city

by cubsur

Couldn't agree more with the previous poster!

Re: Is it an expensive city

by beebay11

You should check out They have really affordable trips that give you the opportunity to see the city with people your own age! When I was in Paris we stayed just outside of the city and took the coach in during the day/a good portion of the night. You have the day to do whatever you want! It's a really wicked way to go.

Re: Is it an expensive city

by caoimhe321

Our advice would be to eat and drink where the locals do and avoid the tourist areas and you will be surprised at the great value on offer

Travel Tips for Perpignan


by almogaver

The historical center, Perpignan is an old city with an important history. Walking along the river Têt in less than two hours you will discover all the charm of a city which was the capital of an ancient kingdom long time ago. If you want discover all the beauty of the city, go there
in autumm. Then, the colors will transmit you all the life
closed in such a bit part of France.


by almogaver

Excuse me, but I must confess I´m a fanatic of French
cemetery. This in the pic is the one of Carcassone, and it´s a pleasure to walk up and down. It´s situated
in front the main door to the city, so it´s easy to have a look. It´s a place, perhaps the only place in earth, where every traveller will be once in his life!!......And, I hope don´t be the last trip!!

A Small City in France

by dlandt


My wife and I stopped in Perpignan while we were making a road trip through Catalonia. Although the city didn't truly impress me as a modern wonder of the world, it did seem to give a really good sense of what daily life in Southern France is like.

You won't find here so much in the way of attractions as you would in the more trafficked parts of the southern coast. You will find, however, the good food and well dressed people that make France famous, with the taste of Catalonia that isn't so famous.


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