Narbonne the Mediterranean, in the heart of the Regional Park of “Narbonnaise”, seduced by its sweetness of life, between sea and sun, between canal and vineyard, but also by its exceptional historical and architectural heritage.
For over 2000 years the city has gone through all ages: Antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance, all of which have left an exceptional legacy. A heritage to discover in the many and streets.
From the illustrious ancient past, the city has preserved several remains, the most symbolic of which is the Via Domitia which opens in the heart of the Town Hall Square.
The Robine, which occupies the former river bed of the Aude, plays an important role in the history and economy of the city. Come and walk on the banks of the Robine.
A moving testimony of the ancient city, Via Domitia connected Italy to Spain, marking the Town Hall Square, in the heart of the city district.
We come to discover the Roman Narbonne, through the archaeological museum, the lapidary museum, the Horreum and its underground galleries.
In search of gourmet sensations, we come to revel in Les Halles de Narbonne where smells, flavors and colors mingle. Every morning.
We visit the birthplace of Charles Trenet who opens its doors to visitors, time for a song.
As you walk through Port La Nautique, you can admire beautiful and typical Catalan boats with their colorful sails.