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What to do in Narbonne?

The C Boutique Hotel in Narbonne is ideally located in the city center. Close to a large number of activities for everyone, you can walk to restaurants, bars, markets, shops and museums. Stroll along the streets to discover, in particular, the Saint-Just and Saint-Pasteur Cathedral, classified as a Historic Monument, which is the pride of the city with the flower gardens of the Archdiocese or the future museum of Narbovia Romanity. The National Theater Theater or our new Arena are accessible on foot within 10 minutes. The edge of the Mediterranean Sea and the village of Gruissan with its famous salt marshes or the La Clape massif are a few minutes away by car, as are the Corbières and its vineyards inland with the Abbey of Fontfroide, a 12th century monument. perfectly preserved. The Bages pond, a lagoon ideal for walks along the water and from where you can practice various water activities, is very close, as is the very famous and popular African reserve of Sigean. < / p>

The different museums to visit

For a visit focused on the art and history of the city of Narbonne, we recommend these few museums. First of all, we recommend the archeology museum retracing the history of Narbonne from Prehistory to the Middle Ages, as well as the Roman Horréum museum which is a collection of underground galleries. In the coming months, the Narbo Via Museum will open its doors and present all of the city's Roman heritage. For lovers of contemporary art, we recommend the Contemporary Art Place (LAC), this is a 2,000 m² exhibition hall.

The Clape massif

To discover the diversity of the preserved landscapes of the Clape massif, as well as breathtaking views, we advise you to take the belvedere route, on foot or by bike. Between vineyards, geological curiosities, protected plant species and wild birds, you will simply observe nature.

The Great Buffets

During your visit, do not miss the Grands Buffets . This gourmet restaurant, located less than 3 kilometers from our 3-star hotel in Narbonne , offers all-you-can-eat buffets ranging from appetizers, rotisseries and cheeses, to finish with desserts. A feast for the eyes and the taste buds.

The Robine Canal

This canal is 32 km long and crosses the city of Narbonne, it links the Aude to the Mediterranean Sea. Let yourself be charmed by the quays where you will find charming little restaurants and bars. Take the opportunity to discover the Pont des Marchands, one of the only inhabited bridges in Narbonne and France.

The small village of Gruissan

The welcoming village of Gruissan is a 20-minute drive away, built around the medieval castle. This former fishing village has become a pleasant seaside resort. We recommend, in particular, the visit of the salt flats on the island of Saint-Martin de Gruissan, real gems.

The Mediterranean Sea nearby

We invite you to meet at Narbonne-Plage, located a 20-minute drive from our cozy hotel in Narbonne. If you enjoy lazy days, you can take advantage of the 5 kilometers of fine sandy beach to rest and if you are a fan of invigorating holidays, prefer a sailing or diving course.

Shopping in Narbonne

Narbonne is since Antiquity a commercial city, famous for its markets and its Halles. The latter have been open every morning from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. since the 20th century. Do not forget to go to the different markets of the city to taste the specialties: Thursday and Sunday morning, Promenade des Barques and Cours Mirabeau.