On our flight to Perpignan a neighbour on the ‘plane, who had a house in Languedoc-Roussillon, recommended that we visit Collioure. He described it as an historic seaside village full of narrow winding streets once occupied by fishermen and now full of good restaurants and boutique shows. We took a short train journey to Collioure; it is indeed delightful.
We called at Paco for lunch. Although the exterior is not very imposing, the inside is cosy. We were heartily welcomed by a gentleman whom we thought must be Paco himself. The restaurant specialises in tapas. There is no menu in English but Paco more than made up for this by describing the dishes to us in English and also advising us what number of plates to order. All the food was cooked within our sight and was delicious. The bill was very reasonable. Paco and his little restaurant were a great find!