The Pont du Gard

With a prestigious cultural heritage, Provence is endowed with several sites listed as a Unesco World Heritage, testifying to their exceptional interest in the common heritage of humanity. Arles which has the most Roman monuments after Rome also houses jewels of Romanesque art. It has been recognized since 1981 for this brilliant adaptation that guided it from the golden age of the ancient city to its influence in the heart of medieval Europe. At the crossroads of the Mediterranean world, the church of Saint-Trophime marked the start of the "Chemin d'Arles", one of the three roads leading to Santiago de Compostela.

The Pont du Gard has been listed since 1985. It is an architectural prowess, testifying to the mastery of the Roman engineers who created this unique masterpiece, culminating in artestery and techniques. Today, these sites offer a fascinating discovery that brings together history, heritage, nature and culture to satisfy everyone's curiosity of all. These two internationally renowned sites, the city of Nîme's the bid to compete , but also the monuments of Orange, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Vaison-la-Romaine, make Provence a must-see, home Of Roman art.