Narbonne has been described as quiet, quaint and romantic. Once a major port city on the Mediterranean that rivaled Marseille in importance, the harbor silted up in the 14th century and the river Aude changed its course, rendering the town a literal backwater. Today, it is a pleasant provincial city with a well-kept old town. Close to the coast and part of the historic Languedoc region, visitors to Narbonne would do well to rent a car and tour the surrounding area. Auto Europe offers several pick up locations, including the Narbonne Train Station, and a large rental car fleet, so finding a car rental in Narbonne is both easy and economical.
Dominating the old town is the Cathedrale St-Just-et-St-Pasteur, a magnificent gothic cathedral with a 130-foot high choir. In fact, the existing building was intended to be only the choir of a much larger structure begun in 1272 that was never completed. Those visitors with a rental car will want to make the 20-minute drive to the 10th century Abbey of Fontfroid as well. Car rental is available in town and many visitors head for the seashore, which is less the 10 miles away. As an alternative cruise the picturesque, tree-lined Canal de la Robine either on a regularly scheduled tour or with a "self drive" boat. For those who haven't got their sea legs, there are pleasant walking paths along the canal. Questions about driving in Narbonne? Our driving information page should provide answers.
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