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Frequently asked questions

What are the major attractions in Cerbère?
If your trip to Cerbère is all locked in but your itinerary is looking a little empty, let us give you a few hints and tips.Banyuls-sur-Mer Aquarium is a noteworthy attraction in this wonderful city. Drop by and see what makes it so alluring.Nothing beats discovering new places. While you’re in town, Jardin Mediterraneen du Mas de la Serre and Vinaigrerie la Guinelle should be among them. If you still have loads of stamina and space on that itinerary, Terres des Templiers also awaits.
What are the best road trip destinations near Cerbère?
Time to get out on to the open road and head out to Plage de Port-Leucate. Just 30 miles away, a road trip here will be a piece of cake. Looking for an excuse to check it out? Aqualand Port Leucate and Leucate Plongee ought to do nicely. If you need any more convincing, also consider La plagette.
Where are the best beaches near Cerbère?
Nothing says vacation like jumping in the car and cruising to the seaside. Cerbère has some fantastic beaches close by, so grab a book (and a kite if the wind’s blowing) and set off to one of these great options:

  • Platja d’en Goixa (2 miles away).
  • Banyuls-sur-Mer Beach (3 miles away).
  • El Borró Gran (4 miles away).

What kind of rental car should I get for Cerbère?
Get prepared for your next adventure in Cerbère. The car you choose depends on what kind of vacation you’re planning. If you’re traveling by yourself, why not choose a compact or a mini? They’re great on gas and a piece of cake to park. If you’re on the road with a few friends, book an intermediate or a standard car. They offer more room to move and space for bags.
Should I get a luxury rental car in Cerbère?
For some people, owning a prestige vehicle may be somewhat out of reach. But renting your dream ride is certainly within your grasp! Imagine cruising around town in a fancy convertible, even if it’s just for a short while. Or perhaps all you want is a dependable set of wheels to bring you from A to B. Flashy or frugal? Whatever you decide, there’s a rental car to suit you in Cerbère.
What side of the road do they drive on in Cerbère?
In Cerbère, you’ll have to keep on the right-hand side. When exploring a new place, it’s always a good idea to opt for an automatic vehicle. That way, you can concentrate on the road ahead and save worrying about gear changes.
Is it difficult to park in Cerbère?
Finding somewhere to leave the car in Cerbère is a piece of cake. You won’t need to circle the block in heavy traffic here — and that’s why the locals love it. There’s plenty of off and on-street parking on offer.
Are there speed limits in Cerbère?
Most residential zones in the city of Cerbère have a 50km/h speed limit. Outside these built-up areas, the speed limits usually range between 50km/h and 130km/h.
What happens if I get a speeding fine while driving a rental car in Pyrenees-Orientales?
Generally speaking, your car rental company will charge the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges and taxes. Alternatively, they may supply your contact details to local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then issue a fine directly to you.
Is it illegal to use a cell phone while driving in Cerbère?
Provided you have Bluetooth or similar functions enabled, you can use your cell phone while cruising around Cerbère. But ensure you stay focused on the road.
What are the rules around drink driving in Cerbère?
In Cerbère, it’s a fineable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. If you’re thinking of having a couple of drinks with lunch or dinner, it’d be wise to leave the car behind.
Is turning on a red light allowed in Cerbère?
Road rules in Cerbère allow drivers at a red light to turn into the direction of traffic closest to them, without waiting for a green signal. Before doing so, the vehicle must fully stop and the driver must check that the lane is clear before moving on.
Are seat belts compulsory in Pyrenees-Orientales?
They are, so buckle up. Although, there may be exceptions for vehicles operated by public transportation systems.