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Sarah Karoui
2, rue Jean Giono



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Castelnaudary is a charming city with a wealth of tourist attractions. Strategically positioned between Toulouse and Carcassonne, the town is graced by the scenic Canal du Midi, making it a popular destination for tourists throughout the year. As the capital of Lauragais and renowned as the true home of Cassoulet, the local authorities have worked diligently to transform Castelnaudary into a gem of a city with exceptional hospitality. Among the many options available, Chez Sarah offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, ideal for families and individuals alike. With affordable breakfast options and three lovely bedrooms, including two with comfortable double beds and one with two single beds, this villa is situated in a tranquil residential area of Castelnaudary.


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  • Canal du Midi - Located just a few steps from 2, rue Jean Giono, the Canal du Midi is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Castelnaudary. This historic canal offers scenic boat rides, picturesque walking paths, and is known for its impressive engineering.
  • Grand Bassin - Situated in the heart of Castelnaudary, Grand Bassin is a beautiful artificial lake that offers stunning views and a peaceful atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks around the lake, rent paddle boats, or simply relax on the waterfront.
  • La Collégiale Saint-Michel - This magnificent Romanesque church is a must-visit attraction in Castelnaudary. The Collégiale Saint-Michel dates back to the 14th century and features stunning stained glass windows, intricate carvings, and a peaceful interior.
  • Maison de la Chevalerie - Located in the historic center of Castelnaudary, Maison de la Chevalerie is a charming medieval house that now serves as a museum. It offers visitors a glimpse into the town's rich history and displays various artifacts and exhibits.
  • Halle de Verdun - This bustling covered market in Castelnaudary is a great place to experience the local culture and taste traditional cuisine. The Halle de Verdun features numerous stalls selling fresh produce, regional specialties, and local crafts.
  • Abbaye Saint-Papoul - Situated approximately 10 kilometers from Castelnaudary, Abbaye Saint-Papoul is a stunning medieval abbey with beautiful architecture and serene surroundings. Visitors can explore the abbey's cloister, enjoy the peaceful gardens, and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Lac de la Ganguise - Located about 15 kilometers north of Castelnaudary, Lac de la Ganguise is a picturesque reservoir known for its water sports activities. Visitors can engage in sailing, windsurfing, fishing, or simply relax on the sandy beaches.
  • Château de Pennautier - Situated about 20 kilometers from Castelnaudary, Château de Pennautier is a magnificent Renaissance castle surrounded by vineyards. Visitors can take a guided tour of the castle, stroll through its beautiful gardens, and sample local wines.
  • Carcassonne - Just a short drive from Castelnaudary, Carcassonne is a fortified city with a rich history dating back to the Roman period. The UNESCO-listed medieval citadel, known as La Cité, is the main attraction and offers visitors a chance to step back in time. 10. Toulouse - Located approximately 60 kilometers from Castelnaudary, Toulouse is a vibrant city known for its pink-hued architecture, lively atmosphere, and rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore its numerous museums, enjoy the bustling city center, and discover its famous landmarks such as the Capitole Square and Saint-Sernin Basilica.

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