Today here is my last post about our holiday in Narbonne Plage, France. I wanted to dedicate this mail to the place where we spent a large part of our time and where our holiday home was located.
The beach of Narbonne Plage is 5 km long and 150 m wide. There is a safe cycle path right on the coast. Fifteen kilometres to the east of Narbonne, the town of art and history, the seaside resort of Narbonne-Plage is located at the foot of the Massif de la Clape in the Narbonnaise en Méditerranée Regional Nature Park. It has been awarded a Blue Pavilion. The sandy beach is very fine and the beach itself invites you to relax and enjoy water sports.
Here you can go sailing, play beach volleyball, jet-skiing, beach sailing, catamaran or sea kayak. Narbonne-Plage also offers a wide programme of summer activities, including evening markets, open-air theatre and traditional festivals. The sandy beach is the main attraction of Narbonne-Plage. The beach is also marked with the Blue Flag for the quality of its water.
For nature lovers, the seaside resort is an ideal starting point for walks in the unspoilt and protected Clape massif.
Narbonne-Plage is also known for its marina, there are many boats to admire.
But what you should know before you go to Narbonne Plage: the beach and the town itself is more suitable for families. There are not many parties here, instead it's a bit quieter.
What's really great: The beaches in the whole region of Narbonne have impressed us: They are fine sandy, miles long, wide, clean and gently sloping into the sea - perfect for a beach holiday.
Even though my post is a bit shorter today, I hope you like it :) See you next time !