Narbonne for shopping, food market halls and history. In the Place de l’Hôtel de Ville you can actually sit on a part of the Via Domitia, the Roman road built to connect Rome to Spain.
Below is a map of the area:
Carcassonne high and low. Set high up on a hill, Carcassonne’s ancient walled city, La Cité is a fairy-tale collection of drawbridges, towers and cobbled streets supposedly the inspiration for Disney’s The Sleeping Beauty. Down the hill in the centre you can soak up the typically French bars, shops, cafés and restaurants.
Below is a tourist map of Carcassonne:
Le Salvetat sur Agout, Lac du Salagou
Lake Raviège is a large artificial mountainous lake that straddles the borders of the regional park. It looks like it belongs more to Norway than the south of France with its dense forests that cup the waters’ edge and crystal-clear water. You can pretty much get involved with any types of water sports and the beach at La Salvetat-sur-Agout is very pretty.
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