Narbonne Holiday Villas - Book yourself a picturesque beach holiday in the jewel in the crown of the French Mediterranean
Narbonne is one of Southern France's best kept secrets as it is an extremely beautiful, historic city, which the French have been visiting for centuries and is now starting to open up to outisde tourism. The City of Narbonne, which dates back to 118 BC is now becoming increasingly popular with tourists from all over the world, as they come to experience a slice of traditional French culture in a beautiful city. As well as the attractions of the city itself, people like to stay in the famous Narbonne holiday rentals and visit the nearby beach resort of Narbonne Plage. The beach resort offers a huge expanse of sandy beaches, which provide an excellent place to experience the warm and picturesque Mediterranean Sea. Narbonne holiday rentals are an ideal for those who wish to enjoy the beach resort of Narbonne Plage during the day, but also enjoy the night life and culture that is on offer in the main city. There are some excellent Narbonne holiday rentals in the main city, which offer a luxurious, yet affordable option for people wishing to stay in the city centre. These Narbonne villa rentals are ideal for anyone wishing to experience a more personal and unique stay, away from the usual hotel circuit. Another charming historic holiday location for history enthusiasts to enjoy is Liege Apartments.
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Narbonne offers a wonderful blend of the old and new, as there are numerous historical sites dotted around the city, which has now been developed into a very modern centre. The most notable of these old buildings is the Narbonne Cathedral, and the Archbishop’s Palace, which sits atop the hillside overlooking the city centre. It dates back to the 11th Century, and is extremely important in the local history. Other sites of historical interest include the Musee Archeologique, which houses some fascinating historical artifacts from the city.
The city has a bustling cultural centre, and there is a really interesting and busy market, which is usually busiest on Thursday’s and Sunday’s. Here you will find all sorts on offer, including fruit and vegetables, clothing, plants, and hand made crafts. The city really does manage to combine modern living with tradition in a wonderful way, and it can feel like a real adventure, when walking through some of the older parts of town, and experiencing the traditional French market. There are a number of walks and bike rides, which can be taken from the city centre out into the country side, and these are a great way to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. One route which is particularly popular is the 15 km walk to the beach resort of Narbonne Plage. If walking back seems like too much, there is public transport available.