Domaine de Curé


What To See & What To Do Around Domaine de Curé?

Our region offers a multitude of sites to visit and beautiful walks in the heart of nature.

Medieval city of Carcassonne

19 mins ( 15.6 km ) via D6113

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, the City of Carcassonne seems to have been born of the imagination with its count’s castle, its two enclosures and its 52 towers, floating above the Aude, the vineyards and the City. Reinvented by the romantic spirit in the 19th century.

Canal du Midi

13 mins ( 10.2 km ) via D201

Unique and exceptional site (UNESCO World Heritage)!
With family or friends, find a  bike rental  or  boat rental (with or without a license) and prepare your itinerary freely along the Canal du Midi. Easily visualize using the  interactive map  the list of restaurants ,  shops , visits and leisure activities ready to welcome you.

Canal du Midi

The Castles of Lastours

12 mins ( 8.4 km ) via D101

Four royal fortresses unite on the long arid ridge that dominates the village of Lastours. On the slopes, the remains of the medieval village emerge. On this unique site in France, the history of the men of the Bronze Age intersects with that of the Cathars, villagers, craftsmen, breeders… all seeking protection on this mighty mountain.

Montolieu, Village of Books and the Arts

28 min ( 25.7 km ) via D6113 and D629

Prehistoric remains can be seen in the village : the Guittard menhir and the remarkable stone with cupules and engraved crosses. The Benedictine abbey of Saint-Jean-Baptiste was founded around 800, on the land of Valseguier, which became Monte-Oulieu in 1146. second-hand and the Museum of Book Arts and Crafts.

Narbonne Beach

1 hour 11 minutes ( 85.1 km ) via A61

Narbonne is not just this beautiful, typically southern town with its narrow streets and squares lined with plane trees, its cathedral that you can see from afar… it’s also the sea and the beaches, and… nature!
Need sun, heat, light? Don’t look,  the sea is very close, the beach 10 minutes from the city.

Abbey and medieval city of Lagrasse

45 mins ( 40.7 km ) via D3

Protected by the Carolingians from the second half of the 8th century, richly endowed by the Catalan counts in the 11th-12th centuries, the Abbey of Lagrasse became one of the most powerful Benedictine abbeys in Languedoc. Its abbot is also the lord of an important village, installed on the other side of the Orbieu from the 13th century.