Access the ramparts of Saint-Louis and admire the salt marshes in the heart of the Camargue region!
The fortified city of Aigues-Mortes was founded at the end of the 13th century by Saint-Louis in order to give the French Kingdom a Mediterranean Port.
The keep, ramparts and towers with cross-ribbed vaults have been remarkably preserved. The site is both an exceptional piece of military construction of the time as well as a symbol of Medieval gothic architecture. From the terrace of the Constance Tower, take advantage of a panoramic view on the Camargue and the salty marshes.
This visit will be a chance to immerse yourself in the world of medieval crusades and retrace events that have marked the city. A video projection will be available during the tour.