Heading South! The Mediterranean coast, A mosaic of landscapes and colours. The region basks 300 days of sunshine per year ! Coursan, the freedom destination in the Mediterranean and an authentic french village.
On the ground floor : Kitchen and living room.
On the first floor : A bedroom with a large bed and an office, dressing, bathroom, toilets.
It's possible to install a baby-bed in the bedroom. (free for child -3 years old)
The Narbonnaise area consists of the entire Aude coast: St Pierre la Mer, Narbonne Plage, the circular village of Gruissan, Port la Nouvelle and Leucate. It extends from the Clape Massif to the foothills of Les Corbières and from the Fontfroide Massif to the shores of the Mediterranean. Coursan's village is positioned in the heart of this beautiful scenery!
Explore the Clape massif, covered with fragrant pine forests filled with cicadas, the scented scrubland giving off wafts of thyme and rosemary, the shoreline with its beaches of golden sand and sea lagoons, AOC vineyards, and relics and monuments that are redolent with history. Beaches, islands, salt marshes, fishing villages, the Canal du Midi and the Canal de la Robine (UNESCO World Heritage Site).Explore Narbonne, City of Art and History, and its many museums, visit the Cistercian Abbey of Fontfroide and Amphoralis in Sallèles d'Aude, unless you prefer a journey to the heart of wine and Mediterranean gastronomy civilisation 80 m underground in Terra Vinea. Or you could choose a visit with a difference to the African reserve at Sigean.
All round the village, there are pathways for walking that allow you to explore the rich, varied surroundings. The Camin Romieu ( road to Compostella) crossing the Aude and Herault. Become pilgrim one day !
The gastronomy of this region mingles with the aroma of iodine. Every morning, discover local produce at Les Halles in Narbonne or at the local farm market, visit villages de pêches to taste mussels, shell-fish and oysters, fresh fish when the boats come in! At the same time, discover the Mediterranean grape varieties of the Vins de Pays and the AOP of Fitou, Corbières and Coteaux du Languedoc.
This house is my primary residence. I put a lot of time and passion to renovation, so be respectful with the place and objects it contains. Take care of my house like yours.
Damages noticed the day of departure will be due.
2 adults and 1 child under five years old may accompany its parents for free.
The reservation must be done by the travellers. An identity card must be asked at the arrival.
Arrival after 2pm and departure before 12 am.
Please respect the neighbourhood.
Please dot forget to switch off all the light (including the oven and the washing-machine) when you are going out.
Leave home in the state of cleanliness in which you found it.
The house must be cleaned before departure and towels and sheets left into the laundry basket.
This was the perfect stay for my needs on this occasion, a two night lay-over en route to Toulouse. An easy two-turn route from the Gare de Narbonne takes barely 10 minutes by car, although I took a more circuitous route by the sea side and arrived later than I should have. Céline had waited far beyond the call of duty and had positioned her own car so as to maintain a parking spot for me. The apartment was super clean and all the usual shops and neighborhood markets were within walking distance. An easy few minutes back to the train station. I would gladly recommend Céline and her digs to anybody with similar needs.