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Highlights in Narbonne
- Great wealth of monuments
- Narbonnaise Natural Park
- African Reserve of Sigean
- Family beaches
- Canal de la Robine
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Narbonne
Are you looking for cheap rentals in Narbonne for a weekend getaway? Holidu offers you the chance to choose from a wide variety of private holiday rentals so that you can find the one that best suits your preferences and your budget. Most of them are located in the very centre of Narbonne, where the main monumental attractions of the city are located. But if you prefer tranquillity, you will also find some holiday homes located on the outskirts, very close to Gruissan Plage and the Regional Natural Park of Narbonnaise en Mediterranee. Ideal for enjoying the beach and contact with nature. Do you already know where you are going to book your rental or holiday home in Narbonne?Flirtatious rentals and houses with swimming pool
Narbonne holiday rentals offer space for 2, 3, 4 and 6 people, making them ideal for couples, families and small groups of friends. The holiday rentals are modern decorated and have everything necessary for the most urban travellers. In the area of the Natural Park you will find very spacious houses that preserve the charm of the traditional architecture of the area. Many of them with large gardens and swimming pool. And in the coastal area, in Gruissan Plage, there are numerous tourist letting complexes with garden areas and communal swimming pool - you choose the type of accommodation you prefer!
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The area and how to move
Narbonne is a French city of approximately 121,900 inhabitants that forms part of the department of Aude, in the region of Occitania. Located between Perpignan and Montpellier, and only 2 hours by car from Barcelona, which makes it an ideal destination for a weekend getaway.A city with more than 2,500 years of history
Narbonne has a history of 2,500 years, 16 monuments declared of Historical Interest and an attraction that has nothing to envy to its neighbours Carcasona or Perpignan, although they are more visited by tourists. With an old town full of charm and a size affordable enough to walk everywhere. That's why the area isn't so important when it comes to booking a holiday rental in Narbonne, although it's true that if you stay in the centre you'll have everything close by.
Types of travellers and activities
Narbonne was an important city within the Roman Empire due to its strategic location on the Via Domitia, so it has numerous vestiges of its Roman past. But it also has a multitude of medieval buildings that give it a special charm. The Cathedral, Forum Square, the Roman Horreum, the Archbishop's Palace, Gilles Aycellin's Tower, the Canal de la Robine or the Merchants' Bridge are just some of the places to visit if you decide to rent a letting in Narbonne.Narbonne for nature lovers
With its 800,000 hectares of surface, the Regional Natural Park of Narbonne in the Mediterranean offers an impressive diversity of landscapes, full of lagoons and beaches of fine sand, fields of vineyards and the garrigues of Les Corbières, passing by the rocky escarpments of the massif of the Clape. A beautiful area of unspoilt and preserved nature that delights hikers, birdwatchers and water sports enthusiasts, reserve a country house in the surroundings of Narbonne and come and enjoy this wonderful place on your next holiday!
Did you know that Narbonne was the first Roman city of ancient Gaul and the first Roman colony outside of Italy?
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The Sigean Zoological Reserve is home to more than 4,000 wild animals in an incomparably beautiful setting, a 300-hectare reserve by the Mediterranean Sea. Dozens of species of mammals, birds, and reptiles, including buffaloes, lions, elephants, and rhinos. A highly recommended activity for families with children.2. Go shopping at Les Halles Market
On the banks of the canal is this century-old Baltard style market which is the nerve centre of the town. With more than 70 food stores and some bars. Ideal both to buy what you need for your stay and to relax and taste a glass of wine.3. Visit a winery to taste its wines
Another of the great attractions of the area are its wines. In recent years, small vineyards have displaced the rest to produce wines with a vocation to achieve national and international prestige, such as Domaine de La Ramade or Château L'Hospitalet. If you are a great lover of good wine, don't miss the opportunity to taste them.4. Enjoy the nearby beaches
A few kilometres from the town centre of Narbonne are the beaches of Narbonne-Plage, Gruissan and Leucate, which have extensive sandbanks and all the services necessary to enjoy a wonderful day at the beach with the whole family. The Narbonne-Plage is also perfect for surfing.5. Take a walk along the Canal de la Robine
This channel is a branch of the Midi channel. It is 32 km long and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A place that invites to take pleasant walks at sunset or to sit in one of the many bars on its shores to watch the coming and going of people.