Getting around Narbonne

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TRAVEL BY TRAIN THROUGH THE NARBONNAISE​

La Narbonnaise can be travelled by train. From Port-La-Nouvelle and Leucate, you can visit Narbonne.

Leucate > Narbonne: 17 trains per day, in 21 minutes

Port La Nouvelle > Narbonne: 17 trains per day in 13 minutes

Coursan > Narbonne: 5 trains per day in 4 minutes

For your escapades, you can also visit the city of Carcassonne in 30 minutes, Collioure/Montpellier/Toulouse in 1h10.

 

 

BY BIKE BIKE THROUGH THE NARBONNAISE!

From Gruissan, you can take a boat to Port-La-Nouvelle, and return by bike via the Canal de la Robine and the cycling voice along the coast.

From Narbonne, you can take the train to Port-La-Nouvelle and return by bike via the Canal de la Robine.

Find cycling routes and bike rental companies on the "map".

 

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BY BUS THROUGH THE NARBONNAISE

Le Grand Narbonne, Communauté d'Agglomération, is 13 inter-urban lines linking each village: Minervois, Clape, étangs and Corbières.

Towards the sea, 4 lines serve the five seaside resorts with an increased frequency in summer.

In town, a free shuttle bus serves the heart of the city, and 5 lines irrigate Narbonne.

 

BY TAXI THROUGH THE NARBONNAISE

Saint-Pierre-La Mer and La Clape,

contact AMC Taxi ou Pro Taxi 

 

Port-La nouvelle and les Corbières

contact Liberty Mouv

 

Canal du Midi and Minervois,

choose the taxis Cantagrel (in Somail), and Narbonne excursions which also offer tourist visits. 

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