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View along the ramparts to the Constance Tower

Aigues-Mortes is a town in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southwest France, with well preserved medieval city walls surrounding a historical centre.

Get in[edit]

South of Nîmes

Get around[edit]

The historical centre is all contained within a compact area of the city walls, easily explored on foot.

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Walk around the ramparts of the medieval city walls, and see inside the various towers, including the Constance Tower. This costs money, but it's worth the price. The ticket office, located in the North West corner, offers audio guides, but is closed at lunchtime. It's also possible to visit the Salt works of Aigues Mortes.

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Lots of shops selling tourist nick-nacks

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There are many pleasant cafes and restaurants within the city walls, particularly around the central square.

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Get out[edit]

The cities of Montpellier and Nimes are closest.

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