Nîmes and its region

Nîmes la romaine

Between the plain and garrigue, the region of Nîmes offers its rich, glorious past to visitors. Its ancient Roman monuments are world famous, like the Amphitheatre where gladiators’ fights once drew crowds and the Maison Carrée, recently restored. A land of history, Nîmes also offers an appealing modern facet, including the Contemporary Art Museum.

  • Le Vieux Mas, un voyage dans le temps

    Le Vieux Mas, un voyage dans le temps

    Venez découvrir la vie à la ferme entre 1900 et 1950. Les fermiers, en tenue d’époque, vous transportent le temps...

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  • La Maison de la Garrigue

    La Maison de la Garrigue

    Visit the Museum of the olive tree, the tree of the Mediterranean. Kids entertainment. Open year round from Tuesday to...

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  • Le Village des Enfants

    Le Village des Enfants

    A unique leisure park in a natural and environmentally-friendly site offering fun and educational activities spread over a 40.000m² area:...

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  • Abbaye troglodytique de Saint-Roman

    Abbaye troglodytique de Saint-Roman

    This Historic Monument is a very old troglodytic monastery excavated by hermits then by Benedictine monks in a hill in...

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  • Mas gallo-romain des Tourelles

    Mas gallo-romain des Tourelles

    Open from 1 April to 30 September : every days from 10am to 12am and from 2pm to 6pm (except...

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  • Découvrez la Source Perrier

    Découvrez la Source Perrier

    Discover the Perrier Spring! Set in a magnificent Park "à la française" lies the "Château", in which you will find...

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  • Les Arènes de Nîmes

    Les Arènes de Nîmes

    The Amphitheatre of Nîmes is the best preserved ancient Roman amphitheatre. It was built circa AD 90-120. At the time...

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