City breaks

The Gîtes de France Aude welcome you for your city breaks offering the possibility to book a cottage or a Bed and Breakfast in the city. Perfect possibility to facilitate the discovery of historic cities of Aude. No needs to come in the Aude by car : these towns are serviced by public transports (airport, train station, buses). The numerous boutiques and shops, as well activities for your children are nearby…

Find here our urban cottages and B&B's for exploring the cities of Carcassonne, Narbonne and Limoux.

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Carcassonne

City break in CarcassonneCarcassonne is famous worldwide for its two sites classified in the UNESCO world heritage : the medieval city of Carcassonne (the largest in Europe) and the Canal du Midi (the royal road navigation, created by Pierre-Paul Riquet). 2000 years of history to discover : walls, lists, county castle of Trencavel, Basilica of Saint Nazaire, Canal du Midi.

Narbonne

City break in NarbonneNarbonne, the maritime city was the capital of the province of Narbonne. You can visit the archaeological museum, the lapidary, the Horreum, a portion of the via Domitia on the Place de l'Hotel de Ville. The monumental Episcopal Palace evokes the radiance of Narbonne in the Middle Ages. Renaissance houses and the wine growers' houses of the XIXth century, the hundred-years-old halls, testify to the economic vitality of this dynamic city. Stroll from the Charles Trenet's native-house until along the Channel of Robine and its river port of sailing.

Limoux

City break in LimouxLimoux, Mediterranean town of 10,000 inhabitants, is located in the heart of Razes, at the entrance of the valley, crossing from south to north by the River Aude.
Famous worldwide for its carnival taking place from January to March and for the Blanquette de Limoux : the world's first sparkling wine, prepared by the monks of the Abbey of St.Hilaire in 1531.
You can visit the museum of Petiet paintings, the museum of piano, the garden of fragrant plants, the bridges of the Middle Ages, the place and arcades of the fifteenth, the mansions and the promenade of Tivoli.

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