The Côte Vermeille is located in the southwest of France. This extends from Argelès-sur-Mer to Port Bou at the level of the Franco-Spanish border. It owes its nickname to the bright red colors painted by the sun rising and setting on the rocky coast of the Albères. This region is very popular with tourists and renowned for its culture combining folklore and French and Spanish traditions: it is a unique place with radiant landscapes in a warm atmosphere and an ideal climate.
South of Argelès, the anchorage of the [Anse de Paulilles] (https://www.navily.com/fr/mouillage/anse-de-paulilles/28194) is a must in the region: Well protected from the winds , restaurants, schools of fish… This idyllic place will delight all boaters.
The [Banyuls-sur-Mer] marina (https://www.navily.com/fr/port/banyuls-sur-mer/286) and the [Port of Argelès] (https: //www.navily. com / fr / port / port-argeles / 459) offer quality services. Good stopovers directly bookable on Navily to fully enjoy the Côte Vermeille.