The third highest cathedral in France
In the small town of Narbonne you'll find this cathedral which is the third highest in France. Its construction began in 1340 and ended in 1272, although the cloister wasn't finished because they had to tear down part of the wall, which had proved useful, and therefore did not follow construction. The gargoyles are just as impressive as its interior, which rise into the sky in very delicate lines. If you go near Narbonne, this is a visit you won't forget, especially if you like seeing cathedrals and ancient fortresses.