Narbonne Plage is a resort on the southern (Mediterranean) coast of France in the Aude department.
The town is heavily dependent upon the tourist trade. The beach currently holds blue flag status, an award it has held on multiple occasions.
The sandy beach stretches over 5 kilometers long and 150 meters wide. It is bordered by a pedestrian promenade 2.5 km … Large spaces for activities freely and safely. Whether by bike, on foot, on rollerblades, alone, with family or friends, walking the waterfront offers an idyllic setting.
Narbonne-Plage is located in the heart of the Regional Natural Park of Narbonne on the Mediterranean, an opportunity to walk in nature reserves with classified or protected sites and admire preserved plant and animal species. Narbonne-Plage The station is also known for its charming marina. Edge of the seaside town of Saint-Pierre-Sea, it offers a large capacity for boats and can admire beautiful specimens. It was labeled its own ports in 2001 due to the quality of service and cleanliness of its site.
Narbonne plage has six lifeguard stations, showers and five access points for people with reduced mobility and prams. Narbonne-Plage has a marina with six hundred berths, a warm welcome and a high quality of the environment.