Situated between the Cap Béar and the Cap Ullastrell, at the foothills of the Albères mountains is the Paulilles Bay. Classified sites of the Vermeille coast with its three beaches.

Created by Nobel, open the doors of the ancient dynamite factory with its 35-meter-high chimney that stands out below the terrace vineyards. Hear the history of 5 generations of Catalans that worked there from 1870 to 1984.

A remembrance site that witnesses the workers history yet Paulilles also offers various aspects.

Nature lovers can discover on this Natura 2000 site, green oak trees, eucalyptus palm trees and exotic banana trees

Stop off and discover the “workers memory” in tribute to workers of the Côté Vermeille who worked on the site. 

For those who enjoy hiking, the site is a stopover of tranquility along the coastal path.

The maritime lovers must visit the regional restoration workshop for the ‘Barques Catalanes’ (Catalan boats), admire the marine carpenters work who’s aim is to navigate once again on the boats.

For the idle ones come and sunbath on the Paulilles beaches. Supervised beaches.

Surrounded by history, environment, steeped in a unique light, you’ll have a memorable day at Paulilles Bay.