The Castellet

Perpignan's landmark, Le Castellet, is the ancient main gate along the city walls, built in 1368 by master builder Guillem Guitard.

Today, this building houses the Catalan Museum of Popular Art and Traditions.

Palais des Rois de Majorque

Located in the heart of the city, this majestic Gothic palace is one of the most important monuments in the Roussillon region.

Home to the Kings of Majorca, it houses both a lower and upper chapel inside its tower and has three charming inner courtyards. Discover its interesting combination of Romanesque and Gothic style.

Saint John the Baptist Cathedral

Construction of the Cathedral Basilica of Saint John the Baptist of Perpignan began in 1324. It drew on the southern French Gothic style and was originally envisioned as a three-nave church.

The church later became a cathedral in 1601, consisting of a single nave of great breadth, several vaults in Gothic style and Neo-Gothic stained glass. It is a key religious temple in the history of Perpignan.



The Saint Éloi

The Saint Éloi

30th November and 1st December

Procession with historical suits and popular dances to celebrate the festivity of San Eloy, patron saint of the jewellers. Perpignan does honours to his emblematic stone: the garnet. Stone red intense one and of polished lines.

Noël à Perpignan

Noël à Perpignan

From 29th November to 5th January 2020

If you’re visiting Perpignan, don’t miss the Christmas agenda, which proposes you a big wheel, a musical Christmas Market with suggestions for your last-minute shopping and Santa with his photographer. Plus, feel some Catalan spirit with the Castellets.



Found at the heart of a natural park and near the coast, the city of Narbonne is in a pleasant geographical location, surrounded by a magnificent natural environment with vineyards.​

Carcassonne is located on the banks of the Aude River, and its two UNESCO World Heritage sites are captivating.​




35, Boulevard Saint Assiscle​
66000 Perpignan​