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Paulilles Recreational Park

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Paulilles Recreational Park

202 Reviews
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Rd 914, 66660 Port-Vendres France
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Private Tour of Collioure and the Côte Vermeille in Citroën 2CV
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Private Tour of Collioure and the Côte Vermeille in Citroën 2CV

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With Collioure 2CV Tour, forget the impersonal tours. Break away from classic tours. Save yourself the mass tourist circuits.<br><br>Discover Collioure, its gastronomic and cultural heritage in an original and personalized way. Treat yourself to an exclusive and atypical experience.<br><br>Experience an unusual getaway in a legendary 2CV with a panoramic view between land and sea on the Vermeille Coast!
US$43.14 per adult
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Colophon wrote a review Oct 2019
Portland, Oregon222 contributions94 helpful votes
A fanstic complex of beach, gardens, and museums on the site of Alfred Nobel’s dynamite factory. It’s wonderful. The beach is enormous and the swimming excellent. The gardens are superior, as is the museum. We enjoyed a full day there, having brought a picnic and our swimwear, our cameras and our drawing tools. There’s easy bus access from adjacent villages, as well as connections to beautiful coastal trails. Don’t miss it if you’re in the area.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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maghugh wrote a review Jul 2019
Uddingston, United Kingdom9 contributions1 helpful vote
Lovely park, excellent beach. Good parking. This used to be a dynamite factory, but has been converted to a beautiful public facility.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ted H wrote a review Apr 2019
Sherborne, United Kingdom270 contributions121 helpful votes
This vast area of reclaimed parkland, previously a Nobel based dynamite factory is a fine attempt at conservation, with gardens, a photographic museum of its previous historical basis that has regular exhibitions of artworks, paddocks where donkeys roam and wild flowers abound and a shore line of protected beach where it is safe to swim. I love this park. Set to the south-east are reclaimed factory buildings where dedicated artisans can follow their speciality, e.g. restoration of barques catalanes. My only gripe with this site, for which I withhold a star rating, is that dogs are not permitted. I do understand why that decision has been made but canine lovers are becoming much more responsible about cleaning up after their pets and I see no reason why a well-behaved pet on a lead should not be permitted, particularly when this area is on a number of popular footpath routes.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Mrslc16 wrote a review Oct 2018
Guildford, United Kingdom28 contributions5 helpful votes
Spent nearly a whole day here. Looked around the museum, wandered through the park and picnicked on the beach. Was a very hot day for the time of year & as the day went on the beach got busier but still not packed despite it being half term.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Kim G wrote a review Aug 2018
Toronto, Canada862 contributions149 helpful votes
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This location was the site of the Nobel dynamite factory. They have cleaned up the grounds and made it into a lovely park and beach area. There is a beautiful boardwalk area that is shaded and many trails to walk around the area. We visited in the winter so the beach was empty but certainly made it peaceful. Nice spot to check out. And it has parking available.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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