Attractions to explore nearby Réserve Africaine de Sigean
The Sigean African Reserve is a 300 hectare French zoological park located on the Mediterranean coast, between Narbonne and Perpignan, founded by Paul de La Panouse and Daniel de Monfreid. It claims to present more than 3,800 animals (more than 2,000 birds, 900 mammals, and 900 reptiles ) of at least 160 species, over 300 hectares, to the west of the Berre, to the south of the ponds that line the Occitan coast.
The Abbey of Fontfroide is a Cistercian abbey located on the territory of the commune of Narbonne a, in the department of Aude in France. Initially a Benedictine abbey, it was incorporated into the Cistercian order between 1144 and 1145. Today, the Abbey of Fontfroide is a member of the Charter of Cistercian abbeys and sites in Europe. The Abbey of Fontfroide is currently a private monument held by the descendants of Gustave and Madeleine Fayet.