Such an amazing thing to see and try to comprehend. Built many centuries ago, it has been kept on brilliant condition. The inside is full of shops/ restaurants and ice cream places. Thoroughly enjoyed our time on Aiguës Mortes
About Towers and Ramparts of Aigues-Mortes
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Theses well preserved walls and ramparts surround the city and offer excellent views both inwards and outwards. There are plenty of historical facts along the way. The trip to the top of the tower is also to be recommended - it has a lift on...More
Not so impressive as for example the walls of Dubrovnik, but still very nice. Stunning views on the town and on the salt mines. Explanations inside the towers. Don't miss it.
It was very impressive to see the fully preserved walls and towers of this town. Walking around its streets takes you back centuries! Not to be missed!
The whole vilage is encircled by the eincient wall with the towers which provides an exceptional feeling of legendary time and history. Beautiful place one should not miss.
Remarkably well preserved. The best view on the city is from the salt mines as there is an open space for miles and miles. One of the many lesser known gems in the crown of France.
Aigues Mortes in the Camargue is a port that is now inland by some distance, built as early as 791 by Charlemagne it became the port city in 1248 and 1270 for Louis IX ill-fated crusades. Salt has been its salvation and its terror.The towers...More