Premiere Classe Perpignan

Lieu-dit au Bon Secours, RN 9 Chaussee du Mas Palegry, Perpignan, 66000, France
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out of hours car hire

by billfincham

We arrive in Perpignan on the TGV at 21h42 Saturday July 10th and we planned to pick up a hire car from the station but we have not been able to find any agency that is able to provide a car at that time. Does anyone have any suggestions? At the moment our only option seems to be staying in Perpignan until Monday morning.

Re: out of hours car hire

by Beausoleil

I'd stay in Perpignan. It's a fun town with a lively nightlife. Sunday would be great for sightseeing, get a good night's sleep and then get your car on Monday. Type Perpignan into the VT Search Window and see what the sights are in Perpignan. You will also find Tips on hotels and restaurants. We really like Perpignan and it's not very touristy, more French and Spanish than anything else.

Hotel shuttle buses in that area normally do not operate on weekends. There may be public bus service. If not, you're option is taxi or foot. Depends on your choice of hotel. If you think you will be using a hotel shuttle, make sure it operates on weekends.

Have you checked all seven airport car rental agencies? Here's a link to those and the bus service (not operating when you arrive).
http://www.languedoc-holiday-guide.com/perpignan-airport.html

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Perpignan

It is at Salses, small village...

by alnoor

It is at Salses, small village of the North of the Roussillon, where stand up the most beautiful example ot the military architecture of the transition, 'Le Chateau de Salses'.

At Thuir, a visit to the BYRRH cellars is mandatory.
This place houses 800 vats and casks, among them, the largest oak vat in the world, surrounded by a multi-vision show recounting the wine-producing activities.
The characteristic of this famous vat : a capacity of 1.000.200 liters and a weight of 100 tons when empty 1.100 tons when full.

Collioure, well-known for its belfry, its anchovies and for the Fauvism created by Matisse and Derain, fascinates with the mildness of its climate and the crystal-clear water of its beaches.

Banyuls, charming old fishing village, with quaint narrow streets and excellent beaches. Banyuls has a Marine Reserve, which covers 650 hectares between Banyuls and Cerbere, and makes Banyuls a great diving and snorkelling centre. I have to say that the South of France, and mainly this part, has a pure sense of authenticity.
The authenticity of people, very friendly and very generous. It is evident that they love their region and they want to share, with all of us, their love for their land.
The wine is delicious !!

The whole area is typified by a insouciant mixture of ancient and modern, from Roman temples and postmodern architecture in the cities to solar power and ancient abbeys in the mountains.

THE ABBEY OF FONTFREDA.

by almogaver

Among the places you can go in and around your trip to Perpignan there´s a place you can´t forget: The Abbey of Fontfreda. Is not far from the city, more or less, half an hour by motorway, going to the north.

Perpignan, the Catalan southwest of France

by Beausoleil

"We watched a wedding party from our restaurant"

Curious about weddings in France? Here are two pictures of a wedding in Perpignan we happened to see while sitting in a cafe across the street.

Couples are required to have a civil wedding and may add a church wedding if they like. This is fun for tourists because it means the wedding parties are often walking between the city hall (Hotel de Ville) and the church so you get to see all the dresses and happiness they spread on the way.

"Another wedding photo"

We had a wonderful lunch watching the festivities directly across from us. The architecture of the Hotel de Ville (city hall) was also fantastic, very medieval.

"Relax in the middle of the city"

There is a little canal the branches off the Tet River in Perpignan. The city has landscaped it, put in flower displays and sculptures. The walks on either side are lined with shops and restaurants. It is an absolutely magical place to stop for lunch or dinner during your sightseeing day.

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 Premiere Classe Perpignan

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Address: Lieu-dit au Bon Secours, RN 9 Chaussee du Mas Palegry, Perpignan, 66000, France