Explore interesting sights in Narbonne, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Narbonne, France.Sightseeing Tours in Narbonne
1. Oppidum de Montlaurès
Montlaurès is an oppidum located a few kilometers northwest of Narbonne that was occupied from the fifth century BC. until the Middle Ages. During the protohistory, this oppidum belonging to the Elisyques was a stronghold and commercial place installed near the Aude. Even after the establishment of the Roman colony of Narbonne from 118 BC, the oppidum continued to be intensely occupied for nearly 70 years before being gradually abandoned. The excavations conducted on the site of Montlaurès have yielded many objects that shed some light on the inhabitants of the time, belonging to the Ibero-Languedoc culture.
2. Les Chevaliers Cathares
The Cathar Knights is a monumental cement sculpture, made by Jacques Tissinier and installed in 1980 along the Autoroute des Deux Mers on the territory of Narbonne. It brings together three cement "knights" 13 meters high each that "evokes the Cathar memory". It was acquired in 1982 by Autoroutes du Sud de la France for an amount of 190,000 francs.
3. Vestiges archéologiques du Clos de la Lombarde
The archaeological remains of the Clos de la Lombarde are a set of mostly Gallo-Roman remains discovered during archaeological excavations in the city of Narbonne. The excavations have brought to light an exceptional set of mosaics and murals, which have earned the site the classification as a historical monument since 2007.
4. Via Domitia
The Via Domitia was the first Roman road built in Gaul, to link Italy and Hispania through Gallia Narbonensis, across what is now Southern France. The route that the Romans regularised and paved was ancient when they set out to survey it, and traces the mythic route travelled by Heracles.
5. Musée Lapidaire
The church of Notre-Dame de Lamourguier or Notre-Dame de la Mourguier church is a former priory of the village of Narbonne, of which only the church remains, disused for worship and transformed into a lapidary deposit from 1868 to 2018, and vacant since then.
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