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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals In New Iberia, Louisiana, USA From 35 USD

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New Iberia is a fascinating city with a history dating back to 1779, when it was first occupied by Spanish settlers. Its culture has since become the amalgamation of Spanish, French, African-American and other influences from around the world. One way to experience this is through the cuisine of New Iberia. As you would expect from a city in Louisiana, New Iberia has its own outstanding Creole and Cajun diners, including Bon Creole, with its generous, flavourful portions of gumbo and delicious po’ boy (a traditional Louisiana-style sandwich). New Iberia is also home to some spectacular natural attractions. At Lake Martin, you will find a variety of nesting birds, large alligators, huge catfish, and even adorable beavers at the Spanish Lake. With so much to see and do, you’ll need a centrally-located place to stay. These are some of the best accommodation options in the area. Keep reading to check them out.

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