Walking the Sentier du Guetteur

The Narbonnaise in Méditerranée Regional Park, located in the Aude Cathar country, is a superb preserved natural site made up of the maritime Corbières and a lagoon complex. This park of great biodiversity, composed of large landscapes, is home to more than 2000 plant species and 300 bird species.

Between the Massif de la Clape and the Corbières, in the Narbonnaise Regional Park, you will discover the Sentier du Guetteur, on the cliffs of Leucate, you will have breathtaking views of the great blue expanse, our Mediterranean with its crystal clear water

A fragile nature that you can discover on foot and that will surprise you!

sentier du guetteur

A discovery of our coastline

To feast your eyes on and a great breath of fresh air, so necessary these days.  Even if we need a breath of fresh air, this path, which overlooks the sea, should be avoided on days when the tramontana is blowing, as the route can be perilous.

The level is easy with a difference in altitude of about 50 metres, 4.3 km one way, then you have to plan the return journey, even beginners will be able to do it and get a taste for hiking by appreciating this little effort.

Caution is advised as you walk along the top of the cliff, admiring the coves nestling at the foot of the cliff, while enjoying the contrasting landscape between the wild side and the sea.To get all the information about this beautiful hike with its resplendent colours, where adults and children alike will be delighted and will gain height, don’t hesitate to visit the site :

Around Leucate, you will find many beautiful beaches. 

Voyages Duclos takes you to the beach of Port Leucate, every weekend in the summer, from June to September. 

This beautiful beach of Port Leucate is over 2km long! 
For further information, notre site  to discover our programme

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