“Catalan Perpignan” used to be the capital of French Catalonia from the 10th to the 17th century and reached its Golden Age as the capital of the Kingdom of Majorca. The main elements of its heritage were created in this pinnacle period, and many of the city's architectural landmarks date back to those times. Due to its geographic position, the city is undoubtedly one of the centres of the Catalan, Roman and Mediterranean cultures - something that is clearly traceable through its language and traditions. Perpignan has always gathered people from different origins, creating an eclectic blend of ethnicities within the city limits. The Palace of Kings de Majorque will give you a glimpse of a Kingdom that once existed in Majorca. The Old Town is well-preserved with its original historic character still intact. There, you will certainly enjoy nice and relaxing walks discovering the city’s roots. Perpignan is also a modern and vibrant city, a great destination warmly welcoming international visitors. The city is always changing and the gourmets will also enjoy its excellent southern gastronomy.