The archbishops' palace

Located at the heart of Narbonne, this architectural ensemble features a Roman older part and a newer Gothic part.

The façade of this historic monument has three square towers that date back to the 13th and 14th centuries. This building is currently home to the City Hall, the Musée d'Art et d'Histoire as well as to the Musée d'Archéologie.

Vía Domitia

First road built by the Romans in Gallia, this fragment of the Via Domitia in Narbonne was found in 1997. It was restored after its discovery.

A witness to Antiquity, this road linked Italy to the Iberian Peninsula crossing the Gallia Narbonensis during the 2nd century BC. Although this path was designed for the circulation of Roman Legions, it was soon used by traders.

Narbonne Cathedral

The most prestigious building in the city, this Gothic cathedral drawing from the great cathedrals in the North of France was built between 1272 and 1340.

Its peculiarity is that it is not finished, only the choir and its domes were built, over 131.2 feet tall.





All year round

Through the clay of Roman Gaul amporae, vases and pots, this Museum presents us the history of more than three centuries. The admission is free on the 1st Sunday of the month and you can visit the Museum with a guide.

Les Estivales

Les Estivales

From 28th June to 16th August

Every Friday night, wine tasting and typical local products.


Located halfway between the sea and the mountains, Perpignan benefits from its proximity to the Mediterranean coast and the imposing Canigou mountain range. ​

Montpellier is the place to discover a booming city. Also, it is ​close to some of the most famous world heritage monuments and sites. ​​​​​

Nîmes was born in the 6th century BC.​​​ ​​​It's a city with centuries of history, architecture, and art.​​




1, Boulevard Frédéric Mistral​
11100 Narbonne​​​​