This Roman aqueduct is an architectural feat built 2000 years ago. It stands high, dignified, over the river Gardon. Whether you reach it on foot, or from a canoe on the river, it will appear to you as a giant in the middle of trees, or from around the corner of a meander. This Roman construction never ceases to impress and inspire those who admire it. The aqueduct is a symbol of the economical wealth of the close-by city of Nîmes and reveals to those who look close, centenarian inscriptions carved by people who felt a powerful emotion when faced with this construction.
You can visit the museum, enter the conduit, and walk on the garrigue exploration path.