Let us start with one of the oldest and one of the newest bridges. The Pont du Gard is an aqueduct built by the Romans, as part of a water line that spans the River Gard to Nimes.
The Millau Viaduct, currently the highest road bridge in the world, spans as part of the A75 motorway, the valley of the Tarn (Gorges du Tarn) and shortening the journey from Clermont Ferrand to the Mediterranean Sea at 2 hours.

Pont du Gard  Viaduc de Millau 

visit other towns in the area

The picture at the left shows a part of the city walls of Carcassonne. The so-called Cité of Carcassonne is a perfectly preserved medieval city, which you can explore by foot.

The name Roquefort is certainly known to many. Roquefort is the name of the village Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, where you can learn more about the production of the so called cheese.

Agde and Sète are popular tourists towns at the Mediterranean Sea, with flair and long sandy beaches. At Cap d'Agde, there is also a nude beach.

Visit Montpellier with its well-preserved old town.

Ancient Roman cities are Nîmes with its Colosseum and the temple of Jupiter and Orange with its amphitheater.

Continue in the direction of the Camargue, you find Aigues Mortes with its perfectly preserved city walls. 70 km north to Aigues Mortes lies Avignon with its many well preserved buildings from the Middle Ages, including the palace of the pontifex.

This is just a small selection. We are happy to assist you in planning the visit of more sights.

Scenic sights

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