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"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Provence towns"Private Tour: Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet and Gourdon from Cannes""Your pleasant excursion starts in Cannes and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offerfor example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village
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"Private Tour: 6-Hour Sightseeing tour to Saint-Paul-de-Vence
Sightseeing Tour: Saint-Paul Tourret sur Loup Pont-du-Loup"Meet your guide at the previously arranged and time and start your private tour. The first stop is the city of artists St-Paul-de-Vence This old village visible from afar among the pleasant hills and valleys of the Vence landscape. St-Paul-de-Vence has r so characteristic of the fortified settlements which protected the Var frontier until 1870. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide. You will have free time to visit the famous Modern art galleries. This city will remind you of medieval times and the guide will tell amazing stories about it.Your guide will then take you toTourrettes-sur-Loup - Tourrettes it was an important weaving town in the Middle Ages. After the Second World War it becoming a renowned centre for hand-woven-fabrics. Take a stroll through the old town with your guide and visit several of the workshops in the winding streets offer a varied range of cloth: reproductions of old Provencal fabrics colourful textiles for the high fashion market or furnishings and hand-woven-ties.Afterwards
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"Private Full-Day Tour to Antibes
Private Full-Day Tour to Antibes St Paul de Vence St Jeanet Gourdon from Nice"Your excursion starts in Nice and continues along the beautiful sea road to Antibes. Antibes has so much to offer for example the incredible harbor. The wall encircles the medieval village wonderful narrow shopping streets and plenty of cafes and restaurants. If you like going to museums there is a Picasso museum in the old castle building.Next
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More Restaurants in Narbonne

Restaurant les Barques

We walked down Cours de la Republique looking at menus and enjoying the lively market on the Promenade opposite. After much research, we decided on Restaurant les Barques. The menu looked good; the...
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Beausoleil
Feb 09, 2013

Camping La Natique

Making your own food at the campsite is simply a great way to spend time with friends and family, to entertain and to simply enjoy your background. Having a so called “meal at home” is becoming...
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Jerelis
Sep 28, 2011

Le Soleil Noir

Why did we visit Le Soleil Noir? We think that this is a very good and valid question, because Narbonne does have a choice in bars, restaurants and pubs -> So why have a drink at this one? The...
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Jerelis
Sep 05, 2011

Ave Domitius

Sometimes it's hard to figure out in what restaurant te eat whenever you're not known in the city. Particularly when you learn that there are plenty of restaurants in Narbonne. Therefore it's always...
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Jerelis
Sep 05, 2011

Crêperie d'Oc

We had an excellent light lunch at this crêperie. The inside is very tastefully decorated and air-conditioned! They also have a few tables on the (pedestrian) street.We each had a galette bretonne...
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myriam_c
Aug 28, 2009
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Narbonne

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Cathedrale St Just et St Pasteur - Narbonne Cathedral

The cathedral is situated in the heart of the present city of Narbonne, but in the Middle Ages was located by the city wall. This placement was due to a long history of the site as a place of worship....
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Old Town - Historical Centre

Discover a place on foot and you will see a lot more. If you haven't been there before and want a quick overview, ride one of the little tourist trains. You will be accompanied by other tourists,...
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Palais des Archeveques - Archbishop's Palace

In the centre of the old town is the cathedral and Archbishops Palace . The Archbishops palace has been added too through the years. An Ecclesiasical residence, religious , civil, and military. There...
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Canal de la Robine

Trade has been one of the most important sectors in Narbonne since the city was founded and and due to the commercial success of the Canal du Midi the Narbonne traders demanded improved access to it....
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Via Domitia

Why was I so much intregued by visiting the Via Domitia? That answer is quite easy to be honest ... it beares so much history, please read what I learned: * The Via Domitia was constructed in 118 BC...
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Pont des Marchands - Bridge

Whenever you follow the contours of the Canal de la Robine starting at Les Halles towards the old city center you will automatically find a very old bridge which also used to be part of the Via...
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Top 5 Narbonne Writers

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"The Grand City of Narbonne"
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"First Roman colony outside Italy."
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hquittner

"Narbonne Is Almost at the Beaches"
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"Narbonne, Languedoc's charming baby-city ..."
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Beausoleil

"Narbonne in Languedoc"
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