'Anjodi' - Canal du Midi

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Canal du Midi

Tour Description:

Enjoy life aboard ‘Anjodi’ as you cruise the Canal du
Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Disembark to
stroll charming Pézenas, peruse Narbonne’s vibrant
indoor market and join a truffle hunt. Enjoy a wine
tasting at Château Pech-Céleyran and dinner ashore
at a local bistro in Béziers. Visit the walled medieval
city of Carcassonne.

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Dates & Pricing

Sunday 02 Apr 23 — Sunday 23 Apr 23Starting at $5,250 Get a Quote
Sunday 30 Apr 23 — Sunday 09 Jul 23Starting at $6,090 Get a Quote
Sunday 16 Jul 23 — Sunday 20 Aug 23Starting at $5,250 Get a Quote
Sunday 27 Aug 23 — Sunday 01 Oct 23Starting at $6,090 Get a Quote
Sunday 08 Oct 23 — Sunday 22 Oct 23Starting at $5,250 Get a Quote


Day 1 - SUNDAY
Meet in Narbonne and transfer to ‘Anjodi,’ moored in Le Somail.

Day 2 - MONDAY
Visit the fascinating walled city of Carcassonne, the most complete medieval fortified city still in existence. The old town, called “La Cité,” looks much as it did in the Middle Ages. It is surrounded by a double circuit of walls and towers, and there is time to stroll the winding cobblestoned streets.

Cruise to the historic village of Capestang, where you may privately visit the 11th-century Cistercian Abbaye de Fontfroide, one of the most complete remaining abbey complexes in Europe, and enjoy a wine tasting at Corbières Château. Then, set out on a truffle hunt, savoring your harvest paired with a tasting of fine olive oils.

Stroll an indoor market at Narbonne and explore the world's oldest canal tunnel at Malpas. This evening, dine ashore in Béziers.

Today, 'Anjodi' passes through the staircase of locks at Fonserannes, built by Pierre-Paul Riquet in the 17th century. Visit Narbonne to explore the delightful indoor market. Then tour this ancient Roman city, situated on the Via Domitia (Roman road) that once linked Italy to Spain. Later, savor a wine tasting at Château Pech-Céleyran.

Day 6 - FRIDAY
Cruise to Portiragnes by way of the Bagnas Nature Reserve, a string of lagoons in the Cap d’Agde that are home to flamingoes and other water birds. Then, visit Pézenas, a delightful town rich with artisans that has also attracted actors, singers and performing artists — most notably the 17th-century playwright Molière. In the late afternoon, cruise to the village of Marseillan for a special farewell dinner on board the barge.

After breakfast, transfer to Narbonne, where your program ends.