45 minutes from Le Camarguais campsite, quickly accessible by the A9 motorway from Montpellier, go back in time and immerse yourself in the era of the Emperor Auguste and his successors who made Nîmes a city promoting Romanism in Gaul with its sumptuous monuments.
Nîmes Nîmes is a Roman city rich in monuments and with an exceptional ancient heritage to discover by visiting the Museum of Romanity.
Visit the amphitheater (or arena) ) in the center of Nîmes which is the best preserved in the Roman world.
Discover the Maison Carrée, built at the very beginning of our era in honor of Caius Caesar and Lucius Caesar, grandson and adopted son of Emperor Augustus, who was part of the Forum, the economic and administrative heart of the ancient city.
The roman remains
Climb to the top of Tour Magne, the tallest and most prestigious tower of the Roman walls. Visible from a distance, it signaled the presence of the city and the imperial sanctuary, located at the foot of the hill.
Stroll through the magnificent Jardins de la Fontaine and admire the Temple of Diana.
Contemplate the Castellum, an extremely rare vestige or the vast Roman wall.
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