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Cerbère, France (cc)
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Cerbère is a sight to behold. The buildings are emblazoned with bright yellow, aquamarine and mauve. The shore is kissing the village’s feet. The Pyrenees are nestled to the west. And the Spanish border is mere moments away.

Spend the days hiking from shore to hilltop. Sip cocktails at an outdoor café as you watch ships sail in the distance. Absorb the beauty and stillness of this cozy, compact beach village.

This is the heart and soul of the famous Côte Vermeille. 

Last updated February 27, 2012
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