Saint-Pierre-la-Mer, Fleury

The triangle formed by Fleury, Saint-Pierre-la-Mer and Les Cabanaes makes an original and unique resort that benefits from all that these three sites have to offer. Fleury d’Aude is a typical Languedoc village in the heart of the vineyard of La Clape. Here you can taste the local "vin de pays" wines as well as some classified AOC vintages. Nearby, you'll find 2 seaside spots that make this an ideal destination for an active holiday.
Saint Pierre la Mer, Fleury, vue des hauteurs de Saint Pierre sur la Méditerranée. Crédit : ADT Aude
Saint Pierre la Mer


Saint Pierre nestles right in the heart of  Parc Naturel Régional de la Narbonnaise, just below the Massif de la Clape. It is an unspoilt natural space. Surrounded by lagoons, this small resort is perfect for nature-loving holidaymakers who just want to relax! Here are a few good reasons to come to Saint Pierre.

A lively resort

Saint-Pierre-la-Mer does, of course, boast 5 km of fine-sand beaches. In summer, the beach comes to life at the “Espace Beach”, a beach library where you can borrow a magazine or comic book, free of charge, to read peacefully in the comfort of a deck chair or on a cushion, under the shade of the pergola or in the full sun if you’re topping up your tan.

Saint Pierre la mer, tournoi de rugby

Your holiday will be filled with festive fun, between firework displays, concerts, markets selling local produce, etc. Every evening you can choose between an artisans’ night market on the seafront, or an impressive funfair featuring a merry-go-round with horses for young children, and adrenalin rides for older visitors, all in a family atmosphere amid aromas of candy floss and crepes!

Festejades à Saint Pierre la Mer

Not to be missed

With more than 200 stall holders, the biggest open air market on the coast of Aude is not to be missed. The rows of stalls total 2,500 metres or so and fill up every morning with wine from La Clape, olives of all kinds and a whole array of other local, seasonal produce, as well as garments, souvenirs and much more.

In the small covered market you’ll find traders and artisans selling fresh meat, fish and deli items, as well as a few bars, pleasant places to stop for a glass of local wine.

Saint Pierre la mer, balade, couple

The rocher at Saint-Pierre-la-Mer

This rock juts out into the sea, splitting into two the vast sandy beach that stretches as far as Les Cabanes-de-Fleury.
This is a good place to find shelter on a windy day, or to hunt for crabs in the rock pools. The Rocher de la Vallière, as it is called, is said to have been named by Louis XIV in honour of his mistress. So it’s not only beautiful, it’s historic too!

Sports in the great outdoors

Famous for its strong winds, Saint-Pierre-la-Mer is a favourite spot among kitesurfers. Novices might prefer windsurfing, dinghy sailing or paddleboarding on the sheltered Pissevaches lagoon. Or if you love anything new, try the Wake-Park with its 2nd-generation waterski machine.
Near the beach and sailing club, you’ll find the Domaine de l’Oustalet pony club from where children can go pony riding in the Massif de la Clape.

For walking and hiking fans, the Massif de la Clape, which towers over Saint-Pierre, is the ideal playground for nature lovers. A number of trails can be found in the vicinity of the Gouffre de l’Oeil Doux, an impressive geological chasm. Or you can rent a mountain bike to explore the massif.

La Clape Wine Route

Explore the picturesque wine route of the La Clape AOC region to discover the charm and authenticity of its wine estates. Don’t leave without stopping off to meet the winegrowers, a chance to chat with them and try their wines. They’ll be proud to tell you the story behind their vineyard and their savoir-faire. Some of them speak English.

Balade dans les vignes de la Clape
Plage de Saint Pierre la Mer

Les Cabanes-de-Fleury

Far from the excitement of Saint-Pierre-la-Mer, this heavenly little spot is a world apart.

This unspoilt wilderness with an authentic feel has earned itself the nickname “edge of the world”…

Standing on the wine route and at the mouth of the River Aude, “Les Cabanes” is also a small port where fishing vessels rub shoulders with pleasure boats. It is one of a kind, surrounded by the discreet charm of an unspoilt site, to offer nature lovers and holidaymakers the ultimate freedom of a beach wilderness that stretches for several kilometres.

Getting here

By car

From Narbonne, follow the D6009 then the D6018 and finally the D31 to Fleury. Approximately 22 minutes of travel.

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