PORT VENDRES

Anciennes fortifications

Beautiful hike to discover the military heritage of the Vermeille coast.

Route details

You enjoy nature, you love it, take care of it... You are taking a hiking trail along which regular household waste collection points are made available to you. Out of respect for this exceptional space used each month by several tens of thousands of hikers and walkers, we invite you to deposit at these collection points all of your waste (glass, paper, leftover food, etc.) and any that you may unfortunately discover during your walk. Thanks to these simple but essential actions, let's keep this site clean, as nature has graciously offered it to us.
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Description

From the Tourist Office, take the stairs to the right to get to Place de la Castellane.

Continue on the alley facing the square and which ends with stairs. At the end of these, head towards the station then in the direction of Fort Saint-Elme.
Continue towards Fort Dugommier by the marked path on the right of the road which overlooks the Bay of Collioure.
After the Coll d'en Raxat, take the DFCI track until the asphalt road crosses, then turn right towards the Col de Mollo.
Take the very steep path, located between the 2 panels, in the direction of the Tour de la Madeloc.
After reaching the Batterie de Taillefer, take the path towards the Tour de la Madeloc. At the foot of the tower, go back down the tarmac road to the Batterie des 500. After a few bends on the road, take the sloping path in the middle of the scrubland towards the Fort de la Galline and the Hameau de Cosprons. 
From Fort de la Galline, go down towards the Hameau de Cosprons to reach the water tower, starting point of the Chemin des Muletiers via the Col du Perdiguer.
Go down the road which crosses the Pont de l'Amour housing estate then reach the Tourist Office passing the SNCF station and Place de la Castellane.
pedestrian
DifficultyDifficultDuration06hElevation-912 D- ​​/ 913 D+Distance19,7 kmMax Altitude626m
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