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Cuxac d'Aude, 7km north of Narbonne is a typical Mediterranean village with a long history of wine production, it boasts many fabulous houses built by the prosperous wine producers of the "golden age" , during the mid to late 1800's.
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Canal de la Robine - Narbonne

The Canal de la Robine passes close by, linking the Canal du Midi to Narbonne and the coast.

Canal du midi - Le Somail

The Canal du midi passes across South of France, its waterways link the Atlantic and Mediterranean. Some magnificents landscapes of the Canal du Midi in "Le Somail" (5 minutes away from Cuxac). This is a great place for relaxing, cycling, walking and too renting a boat for an unforgetable stroll on the waterways.
The Med' with its seemingly endless beaches is about 20 -25 minutes away, as are the Etangs(lagoons), renowned for their wildlife, oyster/mussel farms.
Narbonne plage


Gouffre de l'oeil doux

Pyrennees mountains

Further south (about 1 1/2 hours drive) are the majestic Pyrennees mountains.
Evidence of past cultures surround us, Roman remains, Cathar castles, the fortified cité of Carcassonne(45 minutes away),abbeys and monasteries.
Cité of Carcassonne

Abbaye de Fontfroide

Cathédrale de Narbonne

The magnificently restored covered market in Narbonne, open daily, specialising in local produce.

Apart from sightseeing, other activities include, watersports, walking, cycling, golf, skiing, wine tasting (the wine routes of Corbieres and Minervois).