Narbonne, City at the Crossroads, Episode 163


Narbonne is a city at the crossroads due to its geographical location in France.  But we think it's a great place to visit, especially if you are looking for a lovely beach city at a reasonable cost.

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Discussed in this Episode

  • Narbonne
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Canal de la Robine
  • Via Domitia
  • Narbonne Horreum
  • the Archbishop's Palace
  • Abbey de Fontfroide
  • le Pont des Marchands
  • the unfortunate Cathedral of Beauvais
  • Massif de la Clape
  • Gruissan
  • Port-la-Nouvelle
  • Baltar-style covered markets

Let's Review

The Romans put Narbonne, city at the crossroads on the map. It's not super famous but it's a lovely place to visit if you're in the area and want to explore the Languedoc and parts of the Mediterranean that are lovely and not too expensive. Narbonne is the closest beach to Toulouse, so it's a place where Toulouse teens like to go. There are flamingos in the lagoon too!

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Montpellier Area