Perpignan is a city located in the French Pyrenees-Orientales department. It is the prefecture of the Pyrénées-Orientales, and is located in Southern France, close to the Spanish border. Perpignan is known for its historical buildings, small streets and museums, and its rich cultural heritage. The Palais des rois de Majorque is one of the most important tourist attractions in Perpignan. It was built in the 13th century, and was the residence of the kings of Majorca. The palace is now a museum, and visitors can admire the beautiful interior and exterior buildings, including a 14th century chapel, a grand esplanade, and a fountain. There is also a small archaeological museum inside, with collections of artefacts from the palace. Visitors can also explore the exterior gardens and the old walls, which are still intact and provide an impressive view of the city.