Pont du Gard

Built in the 1st century A.D., the Pont du Gard is without doubt the most spectacular work of art of the aqueduct, classified as a world heritage site by UNESCO. To cross the Gardon valley, the Roman builders constructed a bridge of exceptional size: 275 m long, 48 m high (the highest in the Roman world), consisting of three levels of superimposed arches. Information and timetables on www.pontdugard.fr


400 Route du Pont du Gard
30210 Vers-Pont-du-Gard


The Pont du Gard is the most visited ancient monument in France and an aqueduct classified by Unesco. It remains one of the great masterpieces of humanity. A marvel of Antiquity, a technical feat, it is also a magical site, which has become wild again since its redevelopment.

Visit to the Pont du Gard

Access: Museum, Cinema, Ludo area, Temporary exhibition

Please note: if you wish to park your vehicle in one of the two car parks on the site, €9 must be paid on site, regardless of the number of people or the duration of your visit.

Information and opening hours on www.pontdugard.fr

Thematic of the place

Free visit

Public price
Tarif unique : €6.50
Price with the pass
Tarif unique : Free