Fasthotel Narbonne

rue Antoine Becquerel, Narbonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11100, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Narbonne

Way more fun than I expected!

A travel blog entry by france2014


Okay, what is not to like about this ? Sleeping late, cheese and croissant for breakfast, walk to the village for photo opportunity.
yesterday we went to the medieval city and walked the path to Cather hide out. More on this later.

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A travel blog entry by janbernie


... exploring all aspects especially the Saint Nazaire Basilica which was a combination of Romanesque and Gothic art.It was built in 1096. After a thorough investigation we left to head back to where we parked the car digressing to have some lunch. On the way back to Olonzac we called into Trebes ,which is on the Canal du Midi ,to watch some of the barges go through a triple lock system. This is a sight to ...

Lake Jouarres and Homps.

A travel blog entry by janbernie


... sun then headed to Homps ,once again , to experience a barge trip for a couple of hours on The Canal du Midi. Homps is a picturesque French Village set on the Canal du Midi and adjacent to the Lac Du Jouarres. Homps became established as the port for Olonzac after the completion of The Canal du Midi 350 years ago. Today the canal barges have been replaced by pleasure boats and we saw several examples today. The idea of a waterway ...

A Drive Through Old Cathar Country

A travel blog entry by janbernie


... and what a view! At the southern end of the village,there is a castle built on a rocky outcrop. The Castle Of Saissac,which is one of the largest in the area,was rebuilt after the crusade against the Cathars at the end of the 13th and 14th centuries. In the 16 th century,Renaissance style additions were made. At the foot of the fortress the ruins of the former walled village of Saissac remain.This village was at the centre of a large network of shaded pathways and was protected by ...

A run on the beach

A travel blog entry by johndibbo


... opposite side to Gruissan.

Not a bad place to stop last night at Narbonne Plage even though the place was closed we found a safe spot amongst a group of other motorhomers, company is a good thing when staying overnight (at times called wild camping, but not that wild!) but motorhomers are quiet people and we all get along ...


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