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It is the second-largest commune in metropolitan France (after Le Vésinet) with no double streets, and one of three communes of the Pyrénées-Orientales that have no border with Spain. It is located in the canton of Vallespir-Albères and in the arrondissement of Céret. The town's name comes from its Catalan name Barcarès which means "the place where they sell wine". The word barque (boat) was added to differentiate it from Banyuls, another village also situated on a hillside overlooking water.