You'll be spellbound by its fantastic historical heritage! Listed as a ville d'art et d'histoire, come and visit the cathedral of Saint-Just-et-Saint-Pasteur, the construction of which was broken off when the city was invaded, and it would never be completed. And come and see the Palais des Archevêques de Narbonne and the Abbaye Sainte Marie de Fontfroide, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At Narbonne's ancient market, you'll have an opportunity to try various regional products, including olives, honey, thyme, rosemary, oysters, sardines and wines. Come and discover the French way of life!
There are also other UNESCO World Heritage Sites to visit, including the Canal de la Robine (which is where the Aude River used to flow), the Massif de la Clape (a small, mainly limestone massif comprising 15,000 hectares), the Etang de Bages-Sigean (a lake which used to form a gulf opening out to the Mediterranean) and lots more. Narbonne also has more than 150 hectares of parks and gardens etc. This unique area means there's plenty of opportunity for sports such as climbing and canyoning.
Come and enjoy the various beaches here, with all kinds of leisure activities available! People who enjoy watersports can do some jet skiing, sea kayaking, stand up paddle, kitesurfing, sand yachting, sailing and more. There's something for everyone!
Your camping holiday in Narbonne will delight the whole family, whatever the age group!
The campsite at Narbonne-Plage, just 15 or so kilometres east of Narbonne, will be the perfect place to enjoy your holiday with its activities, shows and outdoor entertainment. The beach at Narbonne-Plage, which is patrolled and which has free entrance, stretches for 5 kilometres and has won European Blue Flag status. Narbonne-Plage is also well-known for its large marina which can accommodate 600 craft, and which has been awarded a cleanliness rating called "Ports propres".
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