A day by the Mediterranean

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July 7th 2016
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Today we ventured back into Narbonne to explore "Les Halles". Les Halles was built in 1901 and is made out of wrought-iron and glass. Nowadays it is famous across the south of France for its indoor market. We enjoyed wandering through the market and picking out different meats, cheeses and fruits to try.

We we then headed south to the Mediterranean thru many vineyards. We arrived at Gruissan, a fishing village on a hill between two lagoons. We enjoyed walking through the narrow alleyways that encircle the ruins of a 12th century tower. After a leisurely lunch we hiked up to the tower. We then had a short visit at the Gruissan Salt Flats before heading back to Narbonne.

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