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On the Occitanie Rail Tour

Discover Narbonne

Narbonne was the first Roman city of ancient Gaul, founded in 118 BC on the Mediterranean coast. At the time, it was called Narbo Martius. Its port, along with the Via Domitia built to connect Italy and Spain, meant that the city was a veritable crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin.

Nowadays, Narbonne is a lively and vibrant city. At the heart of a famous vineyard, the city opens onto a stunning natural environment: Fontfroide massif, La Clape Massif, La Narbonnaise regional Nature Park, Narbonne-plage, etc...


Narbonne, a “Ville d'Art et d'Histoire” (city of art and history), boasts a wealth of vestiges of the past, as evidenced in the new Narbo Via museum. Discover its highlights.

In Narbonne, you'll enjoy: 

  • Shopping at the market hall, which hosts one of France's most beautiful markets, and making the most of the moment with a nice piece of grilled meat at "Chez Bebelle".
  • Cycling to the Narbonnaise Nature Reserve for an enchanting ride to the island of Sainte-Lucie.
  • Cast off aboard a small boat rented in Narbonne, to discover the Canal de la Robine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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