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Things to know about the Gard
Rental in the Gard - The Camargue and the unique landscapes of the Causses
Entertain yourself in different ways, from Nîmes to Uzès
Rice fields, ponds and sandy coastlines still fascinate tourists in the south of the department
Top 5 sites to visit in the Gard
1. The Arena of Nîmes. The visit of this incredibly well preserved amphitheatre is an essential part of a stay in the South of France. It had a capacity of 24,000 people and was used for various types of events, particularly spectacular gladiatorial battles. A wide choice of holiday rentals is available near this ancient building.
2. The Pont du Gard. The Roman aqueduct is 275 metres long and has 3 floors. Its function was to bring water from Uzès to Nîmes, which in the past was called Nemaususus. This ancient work is one of the most joyful of ancient architecture in France.
3. The Seaquarium. The Grau-du-Roi Seaquarium is a fun and exotic journey through the seas and oceans of the world. The zebra shark, guitar ray and loggerhead turtle are among the must-see fish in the various aquariums. Its teams make it a point of honour to raise visitors' awareness of the protection of many species.
4. The Salamander cave. This unique site has only been accessible to the general public for a few years. Only speleologists could actually enter and contemplate its riches before 2012.The
abseiling down the natural well is a unique experience to experience during a visit to this cave, located in Saint-Privat de Champclos.
5. The towers and ramparts of Aigues-Mortes. The city of Saint Louis is one of the most visited sights in Languedoc-Roussillon. History buffs are thrilled by observing the specific features of this medieval military architecture. In addition, the views over the salt flats and vineyards amaze young and old alike.