Midi : Port-Lauragais

Beneath the Southern sun

Cast off from our base in Port-Lauragais and sail west towards Toulouse, named the « pink city » because of its red brick buildings, rich with points of interest for tourists – Heritage Capitol Museum, city of Space to name a couple.

To the East, a must is Castelnaudary and its delicious cassoulet, a local gastronomic specialty, before cruising on to the medieval city of Carcassonne. The streets of Trèbes, whose origin date back to 4500BC, await you before reaching Homps and its man-made beaches.

The attractions:

Plenty of sunshine
Proximity to the Mediterranean
Historical sites (Roman remains)
Languedoc wines to accompany the specialties of the south-west
Canal du Midi: classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage

Our fleet:

  • Confort: NICOLS 900 DP – 1100 – 1350B
  • Sedan: NICOLS Primo – 1000 – 1170 - 1310
  • Riviera: RIVIERA 920 
  • On-board pool

Our cruise suggestions:

1 week:

Port-Lauragais / Carcassonne and back
Port-Lauragais / Toulouse and back
Oneway possible between Port-Lauragais and Le Somail


  • Motorway A 61, Toulouse 56 km, Narbonne 116 km
  • Station: TGV Toulouse-Matabiau 45 km, TER Avignon et Lauragais 2.5km
  • Airport: Toulouse-Blagnac 56 km, Carcassonne-Salvaza 55 km