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IS THERE ANYTHING MORE ROMANTIC THAN LOSING YOURSELF IN PERPIGNAN?
Hyacinthe Rigaud Museum
The city is proud of Perpignan-born Hyacinthe Rigaud, the 17th century artist and favourite of Louis XIV who worked in this gracious old mansion, painting portraits of courtiers, and aristocrats and local notables. It’s now the ci…
La Galinette Restaurant
You can see why locals favour Perpignan’s La Galinette. Despite the Michelin star and fantastic food, this small, colourful restaurant is unpretentious and welcoming (though reservations are essential). Chef Christophe Comes has a…
The people of Perpignan say you can buy just about anything at their city’s liveliest open air market. Stalls sell brightly coloured Catalan textiles and pottery and the work of local artists and artisans. Villagers come in from t…