Things to see and do - Narbonne
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Narbonne Travel guide
Narbonne : Michelin's recommendations
Narbonne, capital of Narbonne Gaul and a former archepiscopal town, residence of the Wisigoths kings of Septimania. Today, it remains a much-loved Languedoc town. Although the birthplace of Charles Trénet has never rediscovered its glorious past, it has preserved its architecture from civilian, military and religious life, as well as two remarkable collections of Roman paintings. Best of all, it's a town where you can step out of the rat race for a time, and wander along the Robine canal.
Tourist attractions Narbonne : Things to see and do
Palais des Archevêques F - 11100 Narbonne
In addition to its lapidary collection evoking the institutions, religious and commercial practices of Roman Narbonne, the Archaeological Museum has France's best collection of Roman paintings. Primarily from the archaeological site of Clos de la Lom..
r. Armand-Gautier F - 11100 Narbonne
The High Gothic chancel was completed in 1332 but to continue it would have been necessary to demolish part of the ramparts, which at the time were still of use. Work stopped there and thus the cathedral is made up of an architecturally pure chancel ..
rte D 613 F - 11100 Narbonne
In the Corbières hinterland, the abbey buildings of Fontfroide were mainly erected in the 12C-13C and represent the apogee of the Cistercian style, enhanced by fine 20C stained-glass windows. The cloister is very elegant and the church is large yet w..
6 Rue Du 1er Mai F - 11100 Narbonne
Prix Prices from : 88 €
In the heart of the city centre, between the Cathedral and the canal, this hotel is only a few steps away from the historic monuments of Narbonne.The hotel offers charming and stylish accommodation in an authentic setting. Built in the 19th century,..
2, avenue Carnot F - 11100 Narbonne
Located in Narbonne, Hôtel L’Alsace is just 10 metres from the train station and a 10-minute walk from the town centre. It offers modern accommodation equipped with free Wi-Fi, just 12 km from Narbonne Beach. The rooms at Hôtel L’Alsace are simply f..
RN 9, Forum Sud, av. du Quatourze. F - 11100 NARBONNE
rte de Narbonne Plage F - 11100 Narbonne
Located between city, sea and scrubland, and surrounded by working vineyards. Inside it has fine rustic-style, olive wood furnishings, low ceilings and large yellow-painted beams. The food is simple and bold and gives tradition pride of place. Paired..
4 pl. Lamourguier F - 11100 Narbonne
This restaurant has a wine bar atmosphere with a handful of tables fashioned out of wooden barrels. Many ingredients are sourced from the market and certified local products are favoured for both the food and the wine. The flavours of these are enhan..
4 r. des Fleurs F - 11100 Narbonne-Plage
8 bd Dr-Lacroix F - 11100 Narbonne
The owner concocts very appetising traditionally French dishes and the regulars who give him carte blanche to decide on their meal are right to do so. It goes without saying that the atmosphere is convivial!
4 bd Mar-Joffre F - 11100 Narbonne
This gastronomic eatery with a 1930s character serves bistro cuisine with fine ingredients. If you fancy buying a bottle of one of the wines served here - there are 350 on the list, most of them local - pay a visit to the cellar!
68 av. du Gén. -Leclerc F - 11100 Narbonne
Guests quickly forget this restaurant's noisy location next to a road to concentrate on the essential - a pleasant, contemporary and refined restaurant in a medieval oratory. It serves inventive and enticing cuisine that is respectful of the ingredie..