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Nature and Heritage in Languedoc Roussillon

Discover the city of Narbonne its surrounding areas, with a thousand treasures from the Roman era to the present day


A Massif with History!

The La Clape Massif also offers various other athletic excursions from Hospitalet with no need for a car. Hikes, mountain biking, dual-sport biking… La Clape is a destination loved by hikers and racers alike. Cross the marked trails heralding a thousand discoveries and offering moments of joy. 






From the Camargue to the Pyrenees, Languedoc-Roussillon is an exceptional land of contrast, a land of civilisations, a region which will surprise you with its authenticity and natural, historic and cultural treasures. The charm of our landscapes, our towns, our countryside, our mountains and our coastline await, easily reached from Château l’Hospitalet. Within a distance of 50km, you will discover:

The city of Narbonne, with a thousand treasures from the Roman era to the present day. Make sure you stop off in the covered market, where producers and restaurateurs welcome you to enjoy the typical atmosphere 365 days a year.

The medieval town of Carcassonne, the Canal du Midi, the striking Cathar castles in Corbières or picturesque ports, Fontfroide Abbey, the port of Sète, the medieval village of Minerve, Peyrepertuse fortress, the Haut-Languedoc Regional Nature Park and the Sigean African Safari Park. 



A cultural programme offers a wide variety of opportunities for day trips and shared experiences all year round. 

Sportfolio festival in Narbonne 

‘Escapades en Pays Narbonnais’ Tourist guide  

Fontfroide Abbey  

Aude Tourist Office  

Languedoc-Roussillon Tourist Office  

Sigean African Safari Park 

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