Go camping in the great outdoors, in the shade of the pine trees, whilst enjoying the comfort of a welcoming and family-friendly establishment. This welcoming campsite with on-site restaurant is near Spain and the beaches, between Narbonne and Carcassonne.Discover
The small, medieval city of Narbonne, located half-way between Montpellier and Perpignan is renowned for its many architectural gems, exceptional natural heritage and laid-back lifestyle. Fancy…
Welcome to Occitanie: unique camping holidays in Narbonne
On arrival, head for the canal de la Robine which snakes through the medieval city centre; this offshoot of the Canal du Midi was designated a UNESCO world heritage site in 1996. You can walk along the river banks admiring the moored barges and the shimmering water. You can then head to the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville and the via Domitia, the old Roman road that once linked Italy to Spain. It you look closely at the ground, you’ll be able to spot grooves carved out by Roman chariots 21 centuries earlier.
A high-end camping holiday in Narbonne: discovering the gourmet cuisine of the Aude region
It’s difficult to resist the charm of Narbonne. Once you’ve feasted your eyes and enjoyed the sights of the city’s historic centre, it’s time for some gourmet delights! The Narbonne region prides itself on having many delicious culinary specialities, consisting mostly of seafood. At lunch or dinner, tuck into a “fougasse aux fritons” (flat bread with pork crackling), a “brasucade de moules” (fisherman’s mussels) or a sardine meal. And we bet that your children are going to love nibbling at some “zygomorphes de Narbonne,” rosemary-flavoured honey sweets that have been made since Roman times.
From Narbonne Beach to the vineyard delights; fun, cheery excursions
Narbonne, in the heart of a regional nature park, just a stone’s throw from several, listed natural sites, is guaranteed to delight nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts alike. Do you want to relax on the beach and swim with the kids? The seaside resort of Narbonne-Plage with its five kilometres of sandy beaches, and the étang de Bages-Sigean lagoon, await you. Do you want to learn more about the region’s grand cru wines? The Aude’s vineyards and châteaux welcome visitors with open arms.