Many of Narbonne’s key attractions are near to Montseret, so it is a great place to base yourself while you are in town. Two destinations that should be at the top of every visitor’s list is the fabulous Abbey of Fontfroide and the much-loved Reserve Africaine Sigean. If you have time, don’t miss Lagrasse Abbey and the Etang de Bages-Sigean.
If the weather is good, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and head outside to the nearby parks and reserves. If you are up for a walk head to a beach, for example Gruissan Beach in Gruissan.
Visitors to Narbonne should not miss out on Narbonne Cathedral, the Canal de la Robine and the Dolmen des Fades in Siran. For a relaxing change of pace, pay a visit to the area’s most sacred sites, such as the Parish Church of Saint Julien and Sainte Basilisse in Azille. The Narbonne area features some fascinating relics from yesteryear; be sure not to miss Tour Barberousse in Gruissan.
If you’re a sports lover, you'll love seeing local legends, the Union Sportive des Arlequins Perpignanais, take to the field at Aime Giral Stadium, Perpignan. To fit in, be sure to wear red and yellow, the colors of the Union Sportive des Arlequins Perpignanais.
When it’s time to rest up after discovering the many charms of Montseret, check in to one of the area's many bed-and-breakfast, hotel and short-stay apartment options. If you're looking for great service and a comfortable bed, check out the amenities at the Appart'City Narbonne, the Novotel Narbonne Sud, and the Campanile Narbonne.