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Our thematic guided tours

Discover the rich heritage of the city with our guide Maëva. A moment of sharing and conviviality in family, in couple or solo. So many things to see and anecdotes to discover in this city with Catalan traditions and artistic accents. Find the visit made for you.

For groups: possibility of customized visits and visits in English.
Do not hesitate to contact the guide for your projects.

Tour “Banyuls the Mediterranean”

Discovering the close ties that have been woven between the Banyuls people and the Mediterranean. On the program: fishing, traditions, economies, sciences and Mediterranean biodiversity.

Every Tuesday at 3 pm

A friendly visit, in a good mood, for children and adults alike!

Visit “Aristide Maillol, the illustrious Banyulenc”

Discovering Aristide Maillol: a stroll through his hometown to discover sculptures and anecdotes but also stories of characters who crossed his path.

Every Thursday at 10 am

Night visit on Wednesday evenings at 9pm (July and August)

Visit “A summer night in 1910 in Banyuls”

Go back in time and discover the Banyuls of the early twentieth century during an unusual theatrical stroll. Teleport yourself through the anecdotes and stories of your guide for a night: Marguerite, the linen maid of the Villa Camille. A change of scenery guaranteed.

Reservations at the Tourist Office or at 04 68 88 31 58

Why is it magic?

Good mood guaranteed
We learn things
Accessible to young and old alike
We tell you everything!

Any questions?

Does it take a long walk?

Not really, our guided tour routes are about 1km long. The routes are adaptable and break times are regularly offered (with the possibility to sit in the shade).

Do I need to make a reservation?

Reservations for our guided tours are strongly advised as we have (minimum and maximum) participant gauges for each tour. We recommend that you book at least the day before.

What can we take during the tour

It is advisable to take a small bottle of water, a hat/cap and comfortable shoes.

How long does a tour last?

Between 1h30 and 2h (yes, Maeva is very talkative).