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Avignon Bridge - Pont Saint Benezet
30 km

Avignon Bridge - Pont Saint Benezet

The Saint Bénezet bridge, a major witness of the history of Avignon, is known throughout the world thanks to the famous song. Built from the 12th century, it was washed away several times by the floods of the Rhone, and finally abandoned in the seventeenth century. Classified World Heritage by UNESCO. According to the legend, the bridge was built in the 12th century by a young shepherd from Ardèche - Bénezet - who heard voices telling him to build a bridge in Avignon. The bridge was completed in 1185, creating the only place to cross the Rhône between Lyon and the Mediterranean sea. The bridge originally spanned approximately 900 meters and had 22 arches. It was dismantled in 1226, then rebuilt. It was later washed away several times by flood waters and rebuilt until it was abandoned in the 17th century. Today, all that remains are four arches and a chapel dedicated to Saint Nicolas. The bridge is famous the world over due to the lovely children's song "Sur le pont d’Avignon". The Pont d’Avignon was a true feat of engineering, and was continually being worked on and repaired. A source of legends, an emblematic monument of the area, the bridge has been the subject of unprecedented interdisciplinary research since 2010. Under the aegis of the greater Avignon area and the CNRS, a wide community of researchers has been conducting work. Their results have led to new museum areas and displays, and a multimedia approach which re-creates the bridge in 3D in the many settings that changed over the centuries. - Multi-media display and audioguide with new descriptions resulting from the scientific research on the legends and history of the bridge. Multimedia apps can be downloaded on smart phone ou tablets (AppStore / Google Play) on the sites-papes www.palais-des.com / www.grandavignon.fr or at the reception desk at Pont d’Avignon via a specific terminal. (Subject to change).

Boulevard de la Ligne Boulevard de la Ligne 84000 Avignon
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Palace of the Popes
30 km

Palace of the Popes

Avignon has a magnficent urban landscape. The Rocher des Doms overlooks the city and the Rhône. Here there is an exceptional architectural group which includes the Pont d'Avignon (also known as Pont Saint Bénezet, the Ramparts, the Petit Palais, the Doms Cathedral and the massive walls of the Palace of the Popes, with four impressive towers in each corner. This unique architectural ensemble has been ranked as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The biggest Gothic palace in the world: tour 24 rooms! Museum space, priceless frescoes. Audioguide in 11 languages. See all the hours and prices on our website: >>> www.palais-des-papes.com The Palace of the Popes is the biggest Gothic palace in the world. There are 15,000 square meters of living space, which is the equivalent of 4 Gothic cathedrals. The visitor can see more than 20 rooms in the palace, including the Papal apartments with their pricess frescoes painted by the Italian artist Matteo Giovannetti. The Palace of the Popes, part of UNESCO World Heritage, stands as the symbol of the church's way over the western Christian world in the 14th century. There are cultural events all year long at the Palace, with art exhibitions, educational opportunities, theme visits, concerts and other. During the month of July, there are theatre performances as part of the Festival d’Avignon, founded by Jean Vilar in 1947, which take place in the Honour Courtyard at the Palace. Each year, the Palace of the Popes welcomes over 560,000 visitors. It is among the 10 most-visited monuments in France. The HISTOPAD AT THE PALACE OF THE POPES: an immersive digital visit of the Palace of the Popes, to go back in time and see the invisible! With the Histopad (digital tablet) cross the doors of time and relive the splendor of the papal court in the 14th century in multimedia immersion. Thanks to augmented reality you will be able to visualize a large part of the rooms of the Popes' Palace as they might have been. to be in the 14th century. The Histopad allows you to take a virtual tour of 9 main rooms of the palace which have been re-imagined using augmented reality in their 14th century decor. POPES’ PALACE GARDENS A new attraction for visitors, a whole new space for relaxing and better understanding of the Palace of the Popes, outstanding Historical Monument that is part of UNESCO World Heritage. The Papal Garden and the Palace Garden now join the to complete the tryptic of the Gardens at the Palace of the Popes. Urban V Orchard was inaugurated on 14 September 2018 and is accessible outside of the visit to the Palace. However, the new pontifical gardens are part of the visit to the Palace. They have been reconfigured in two areas: the Palace Garden (also known as Benedict XII Garden) which is 1250 m² and the Papal Garden (662 m²). The hydraulic system in place in the 14th century was the starting point for designing the Palace Garden, creating two large rectangles planted with Mediterranean plants that records show were in these pontifical gardens at the time of the popes. The Papal Garden is a private garden which had direct access to the Papal apartments. The retrofit endows the space with the same precious character and recreates the Griffon fountain and the flowering meadow that surrounded the garden. In Papal times, the impressive Roma building stood here. Today there is solely a trace of that famous building which has been recreated in the form of a monumental pergola that will gradually be covered with plants. This restoration project was undertaken by the City of Avignon and Avignon Tourisme with support from the national government, the DRAC, the Region sud, Crédit Agricole foundation and the L’Occitane foundation. The gardens close 1 hour before the monument closes. Because of a large number of steps, the visit of the monument is not accessible to the people with reduced mobility. Museography adapted to deaf people. Different guided tours are offered for individual visitors - Palace alone, or included with other sites. Please check with us. The giftshop-bookstore hosts varied and free animations throughout the year.

Place du Palais des Papes 84000 Avignon
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Discover the blooming lavender fields and Provençal markets
30 km

Discover the blooming lavender fields and Provençal markets

Discover the lavender fields by minibus in one day! Enjoy the exceptional panoramic views and discover the region's most beautiful villages! **THIS SERVICE IS ONLY AVAILABLE JUNE TO AUGUST** Start your minibus tour with a stunning view of the region and its lovely lavender fields in full bloom! Discover and stroll through traditional open-air markets. You will be amazed at the incredible palette of colours created and the captivating scents of lavender! Cross through the lavender fields with your driver/guide and reach the typical village of Sault or Roussillon (depending on the bloom of the lavender fields). Make the most of your free time to discover the traditional shops and unique savoir-faire of the region! You can also choose one of its delicious restaurants for lunch. Gordes, listed as "France's most beautiful village" will welcome you and offer you breathtaking views of Provence! Then finish your circuit by visiting the Lavender Museum in Coustellet where you will discover all the production secrets of lavender circuits! You will make a stop at Sénanque Cistercian Abbey (from 15 June to 15 July) located at the foot of a lavender field! You will marvel at this idyllic view! At the end of the day, you will return to Avignon accompanied by your driver. This tour will immerse you in the heart of Provence where you will soak up the flavours and the typical atmosphere of the region!

Cours Jean Jaurès 84000 Avignon
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Fortress in Mornas
29 km

Fortress in Mornas

Come and push open the door of the Mornas fortress. A host of ladies and lords will tell you all about the customs and traditions of the Middle Ages in an original, entertaining and interactive way! The Fortress of Mornas Queen of the Rhône Valley, Proudly set atop a 137-metre-high cliff, the Fortress of Mornas was originally a bastion of military defense. Occupied since ancient times, the site reveals its history from its origins to its desertion after the Wars of Religion. Today, you can immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages, as you stroll through these 12th-century walls. In the heart of the fortress, you'll find the most beautiful buildings of the fortress. Here you'll find the attic, the fortress's salt vault, the treasure of Mornas. Discover the journey, use and importance of salt throughout history, and discover the barbican, the surrounding walls, the keep and a breathtaking view of the Rhône valley. The fortress is open from Easter to October 31. It can be visited either ; - On a guided tour: lasting around 1h15, this immersive experience medieval history. You'll be immersed in the atmosphere, with costumed characters and impromptu situations. These tours are accompanied by tour guides. Suitable for the whole family - The self-guided tour: allows you to discover the fortress at your own pace, with documentation detailing all the important points of the site given to you on arrival, and explanatory panels along the way. Access to the fortress is on foot, via montée de la Combe and montée André Caillet. Estimated time: 30 minutes. Tables and benches are available along the way. The fortress has no water or toilet facilities. Toilets are available on the Val Romigier esplanade. Drinks are not sold at the fortress, so bring your own water bottle.

Forteresse Haut du village 84550 Mornas
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Avignon Bridge - Pont Saint Benezet
30 km

Avignon Bridge - Pont Saint Benezet

The Saint Bénezet bridge, a major witness of the history of Avignon, is known throughout the world thanks to the famous song. Built from the 12th century, it was washed away several times by the floods of the Rhone, and finally abandoned in the seventeenth century. Classified World Heritage by UNESCO. According to the legend, the bridge was built in the 12th century by a young shepherd from Ardèche - Bénezet - who heard voices telling him to build a bridge in Avignon. The bridge was completed in 1185, creating the only place to cross the Rhône between Lyon and the Mediterranean sea. The bridge originally spanned approximately 900 meters and had 22 arches. It was dismantled in 1226, then rebuilt. It was later washed away several times by flood waters and rebuilt until it was abandoned in the 17th century. Today, all that remains are four arches and a chapel dedicated to Saint Nicolas. The bridge is famous the world over due to the lovely children's song "Sur le pont d’Avignon". The Pont d’Avignon was a true feat of engineering, and was continually being worked on and repaired. A source of legends, an emblematic monument of the area, the bridge has been the subject of unprecedented interdisciplinary research since 2010. Under the aegis of the greater Avignon area and the CNRS, a wide community of researchers has been conducting work. Their results have led to new museum areas and displays, and a multimedia approach which re-creates the bridge in 3D in the many settings that changed over the centuries. - Multi-media display and audioguide with new descriptions resulting from the scientific research on the legends and history of the bridge. Multimedia apps can be downloaded on smart phone ou tablets (AppStore / Google Play) on the sites-papes www.palais-des.com / www.grandavignon.fr or at the reception desk at Pont d’Avignon via a specific terminal. (Subject to change).

Boulevard de la Ligne Boulevard de la Ligne 84000 Avignon
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Palace of the Popes
30 km

Palace of the Popes

Avignon has a magnficent urban landscape. The Rocher des Doms overlooks the city and the Rhône. Here there is an exceptional architectural group which includes the Pont d'Avignon (also known as Pont Saint Bénezet, the Ramparts, the Petit Palais, the Doms Cathedral and the massive walls of the Palace of the Popes, with four impressive towers in each corner. This unique architectural ensemble has been ranked as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The biggest Gothic palace in the world: tour 24 rooms! Museum space, priceless frescoes. Audioguide in 11 languages. See all the hours and prices on our website: >>> www.palais-des-papes.com The Palace of the Popes is the biggest Gothic palace in the world. There are 15,000 square meters of living space, which is the equivalent of 4 Gothic cathedrals. The visitor can see more than 20 rooms in the palace, including the Papal apartments with their pricess frescoes painted by the Italian artist Matteo Giovannetti. The Palace of the Popes, part of UNESCO World Heritage, stands as the symbol of the church's way over the western Christian world in the 14th century. There are cultural events all year long at the Palace, with art exhibitions, educational opportunities, theme visits, concerts and other. During the month of July, there are theatre performances as part of the Festival d’Avignon, founded by Jean Vilar in 1947, which take place in the Honour Courtyard at the Palace. Each year, the Palace of the Popes welcomes over 560,000 visitors. It is among the 10 most-visited monuments in France. The HISTOPAD AT THE PALACE OF THE POPES: an immersive digital visit of the Palace of the Popes, to go back in time and see the invisible! With the Histopad (digital tablet) cross the doors of time and relive the splendor of the papal court in the 14th century in multimedia immersion. Thanks to augmented reality you will be able to visualize a large part of the rooms of the Popes' Palace as they might have been. to be in the 14th century. The Histopad allows you to take a virtual tour of 9 main rooms of the palace which have been re-imagined using augmented reality in their 14th century decor. POPES’ PALACE GARDENS A new attraction for visitors, a whole new space for relaxing and better understanding of the Palace of the Popes, outstanding Historical Monument that is part of UNESCO World Heritage. The Papal Garden and the Palace Garden now join the to complete the tryptic of the Gardens at the Palace of the Popes. Urban V Orchard was inaugurated on 14 September 2018 and is accessible outside of the visit to the Palace. However, the new pontifical gardens are part of the visit to the Palace. They have been reconfigured in two areas: the Palace Garden (also known as Benedict XII Garden) which is 1250 m² and the Papal Garden (662 m²). The hydraulic system in place in the 14th century was the starting point for designing the Palace Garden, creating two large rectangles planted with Mediterranean plants that records show were in these pontifical gardens at the time of the popes. The Papal Garden is a private garden which had direct access to the Papal apartments. The retrofit endows the space with the same precious character and recreates the Griffon fountain and the flowering meadow that surrounded the garden. In Papal times, the impressive Roma building stood here. Today there is solely a trace of that famous building which has been recreated in the form of a monumental pergola that will gradually be covered with plants. This restoration project was undertaken by the City of Avignon and Avignon Tourisme with support from the national government, the DRAC, the Region sud, Crédit Agricole foundation and the L’Occitane foundation. The gardens close 1 hour before the monument closes. Because of a large number of steps, the visit of the monument is not accessible to the people with reduced mobility. Museography adapted to deaf people. Different guided tours are offered for individual visitors - Palace alone, or included with other sites. Please check with us. The giftshop-bookstore hosts varied and free animations throughout the year.

Place du Palais des Papes 84000 Avignon
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Châteauneuf-du-Pape
31 km

Châteauneuf-du-Pape

A delightful medieval village with 2,156 inhabitants on the left bank of the River Rhone, Châteauneuf-du-Pape is the unique starting point for wine lovers wishing to explore the most prestigious wines of the Rhone Valley. Visiting the village on foot will help you appreciate its rich heritage, with the high point being the famous Château des Papes, the former summer residence of the sovereign pontiffs in Avignon. Come and explore our town, with its little streets, its wine cellars and estates where you can taste the divine nectar - with pleasure guaranteed! Find out about the history of the village through its various monuments: ** The Château des Papes, dating from the 14th century, listed as a Historic Monument since 1892 ** Notre Dame de l’Assomption, 12th century church ** Saint Théodorit Chapel, built in the 10th or early 11th century, listed as a Historic Monument in 1984 for the frescoes decorating the choir ** Bienheureux Pierre de Luxembourg Chapel ** The oratories - St Marc oratory, St Joseph oratory, oratory of the Crucifix ** Hers Tower (private property, not open for visits) ** Islon St Luc, a protected natural site, the starting point for hiking trails Discover all the secrets of the Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellation with an audio-guided visit to the Wine Museum (admission free). Did you know? The village is lucky enough to have a chocolate factory, the Chocolaterie Bernard Castelain, a manufacturer of traditional chocolates, about 2 km from the town centre. In summer you can enjoy some delicious ice creams! Lastly, the Blachère Distillery, next to the chocolate factory, is one of the oldest distilleries in Provence. Here Vintage Marcs of Châteauneuf-du-Pape are made, liqueurs and syrups, including the famous Pac Lemon drink. Once a year, the village goes back in time to the Middle Ages for the not-to-be-missed Fête de la Véraison! Every year, on the first weekend in August, for the past 30 years, the Fête de la Véraison has transformed the old town into a real medieval village, with performances, historic reconstitutions, parades and scenes from everyday life transporting visitors back to yesteryear. Noble knights and gentle damsels, minstrels and jugglers, merchants and tavern keepers take over the village streets for three days of festivities and entertainment. In the tradition of traditional fairs, the big market has more than a hundred stands devoted to the medieval period. Weekly market on Friday morning.

84230 Châteauneuf-du-Pape
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