Roman Sites of Provence

Provence has unique and interesting history that includes some of the most incredibly preserved Roman ruins in Europe. Take a customized tour to the many sites that will lead you through an impressive history of a time gone by.

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Provence has unique and interesting history that includes some of the most incredibly preserved Roman ruins in Europe. Take a customized tour to the many sites that will lead you through an impressive history of Roman Provence.

Pont du Gard – Grand Roman aqueduct built to carry water to Nîmes from just north of the city. The aqueduct dates to the 12th century.

Vaison La Romaine – This is the largest Gallo-Roman site in France and once one the wealthiest cities in Roman Provence.

Arles – Roman colony dating to 46 BC.  The Roman and romanesque monuments remaining include the Antique Theatre, Arena, and also a number of remains throughout the city.

Orange – The antique theatre at Orange is an incredible Roman ruin that once held 10,000 spectators and is still used today.

Glanum – The archeological site of Glanum has two nicely preserved Roman monuments of Les Antiques from the 1st century.

Pont Julien – located near Bonnieux the bridge was built in 3 BC on the  Roman road of Via Domitia, Nicely preserved it was still in use until 2005.

Les Trémaïé -Carved block of limestone near the citadel and ruined castle of Les Baux-de-Provence.

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