There are many local attractions in Bram from the UNESCO World Heritage site The Canal du Midi to Wakeboarding at the lake. There is something for everyone.
Here are some of our favourites
The Circulade in Bram
The largest example of a circulade town in Europe, Bram is wonderful to wander round in literal circles until you reach the ancient Church in the centre.
Enjoy lunch or a coffee in one of the restaurants afterwards or enjoy the thriving Wednesday morning market.
Canal du Midi, Bram
The Canal at Bram is a 5 min cycle or 10-15 min walk on a safe path from the town.
There is a restaurant just at the canal in Bram and you can take a beautiful walk or bike ride in either direction for as long as you wish.
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Accessibilité complète du bâtiment aux personnes handicapées
Teleski Nautique Bram
Wakeboarding, Kneeboarding and Ski Nautique on a lake just 1.5km from the centre of town. Restaurant and bar on site, a super way to entertain all the family for an afternoon.
Situated halfway between Carcassonne and Foix, Mirepoix is about a 15-20 min drive from Bram. Dating from the 10th Century it is well worth a visit. Especially on a Monday when it hosts a large market.
On it’s large square you can admire the houses supported on massive wooden pillars, creating a magnificent covered arcade. The ends of the joists of the wealthiest houses are sculpted, and the most impressive of these can be seen on the Maison des Consuls, women’s faces, bearded heads, a tortoise and other fantastic images.
The famous La Cité in Carcassonne attracts 3 million visitors annually. When you see it in person, you realise why. It is unique and very imposing with it’s fortified castle dating to the Gallo-Roman period. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1997. You should not miss a visit while staying in the area.