Popular Lettings in Narbonne Plage
Highlights in Narbonne Plage
- Sunny climate
- Mediterranean coast
Most popular in Narbonne Plage
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Narbonne Plage
Rentals in Narbonne Plage are concentrated along the waterfront. They are an opportunity to enjoy sublime views of the Mediterranean but also to find yourself in the water in just a few minutes. Friendly and warm, this type of accommodation makes you feel as comfortable as at home while enjoying a change of scenery. For a week during the summer holidays or for a long last minute weekend, Narbonne Plage's rentals are the perfect opportunity to escape under the southern sun.
Holidays in Narbonne Plage
Location and orientation
The seaside resort is located about fifteen kilometres from Narbonne, in the department of Aude. It takes place on the Gulf of Lions and extends over more than five kilometres of coastline. Despite its great popularity, it has managed to preserve the beauty of its original environment. Its landscapes dotted with steep rocks and pines give the resort all its charm.Organise a stay in Narbonne Plage
By car, it takes about eight hours to get there from Paris, just under four hours from Lyon and two hours from Toulouse. By train, plan to travel from Paris four and a half hours by direct TGV. Once in Narbonne, take a bus to Narbonne Plage. Free shuttles are provided in summer.
Destination for families
With its five kilometres of fine sand and the warm and calm waters of the Gulf of Lion, Narbonne beach offers the ideal characteristics for a family stay. Swimming is supervised from May to October and many activities are available. It is possible to rent pedal boats and windsurfboards but also to play volleyball matches. It has a playground for children but also a sailing and diving school for older children.A very largely pedestrian resort
Wide walks are provided along the beach, along the Boulevard du frontage de mer and Avenue du port. They are also equipped with a bicycle path. This area is entirely pedestrian in summer and hosts several markets.
It is in Narbonne that the popular singer Charles Trenet was born. You can still visit his native house, which has become a museum.
Top 3 things to do
A few minutes by car from the beaches stands Château Ricardelle, whose vineyards and some of the production rooms can be visited. Wine tastings are also regularly organised throughout the year.2. Stop at the House of the Inquants
This old building in the centre of Narbonne was built from the thirteenth to the fourteenth century. Better known as the "Cloth Market", it testifies to the intense textile activity in Narbonne and its surroundings since the Middle Ages3. Explore the region
Narbonne Plage is strategically located to organise many excursions. One of the most pleasant trips is certainly to follow the coast to the south. You will cross magnificent seaside resorts such as Argelés, Saint-Cyprien and Collioure before reaching Banyuls and the Spanish border. Driving north towards Arles, you can stop in Sète or Montpellier and, above all, cross the sumptuous Parc Naturel Régional de Camargue to reach Les Baux-de-Provence.