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Narbonne is located in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France. Once a major Roman city with a thriving trade port, Narbonne is now a sleepy haven. It's a quiet alternative to the region's more crowded destinations. Vineyards, the sea and a lovely canal all add to Narbonne's natural charm. Older visitors looking for a quiet break from the more bustling Carcassonne will enjoy Narbonne's simple pleasures. And wine lovers touring the region won't mind having a little sun-filled rest while sampling some of the local wines. helps guests navigate Narbonne hotels until they find the one that is right for them. We do this by partnering with hotels that have good locations at desirable prices and by providing the most accurate details through reviews by real guests.

What's Narbonne Like?

Narbonne's quiet nature doesn't exclude it from offering its own delights. The Canal de la Robine is one of the city's highlights with rows of houses, cafes and promenades lining the banks. Standing out amongst the city's architecture is the half-finished Gothic-style Cathedral of Saint Just and Saint Pasteur. It abruptly stops at the city wall, standing as an historic example of the city's past turmoil. Much of the city's daily life revolves around the covered market of Les Halles. The Art Nouveau structure presents a large assortment of the region's fresh produce and traditional foods. Narbonne has a beautiful natural landscape full of vineyards, lagoons and beaches as well as the rolling hills of the massif, La Clape. Narbonne hotels are a great way for visitors to enjoy the simple pleasures of Narbonne without ever feeling overwhelmed by it all.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Narbonne

Life in Narbonne may seem demure, but its diverse nature keeps locals active. The vast countryside, the sea, and the canal keeps Narbonne moving at an easygoing pace. The mild southern Mediterranean weather doesn't hurt either. For getting around the city, it is highly recommended that visitors know some essential French. The market at Les Halles is a great place to socialize with locals and take in the region's best foods. In addition to the wines, local specialties include olives, honey, oysters and sardines. Let help make a visit to Narbonne even more enjoyable. We find the right Narbonne hotels for each of our guests because we know how to search for them. Plus, we stay away from false promises and glossed-over details and let our reviews by real guests do the real talking.