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Pont du Diable, Saint-Jean-de-Fos

#28 of 899 in Things to do in Herault
Must see · Bridge · Tourist Spot
One of many bridges in France known as the "Devil's Bridge,"  Pont du Diable was constructed by Benedictine monks in the 11th century and has been designated as a World Heritage Site. Spanning a steep gorge over the Hérault River, the structure created a link between the abbeys at Aniane and Gellone. It was widened and raised around 1770, but retains its original shape and structure. Plan your Pont du Diable visit and explore what else you can see and do in Saint-Jean-de-Fos using our Saint-Jean-de-Fos trip maker app.
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  • We went early in the morning slightly out of season and practically had the place to ourselves. We have been on a hot early July day and seen the young lads ignoring the “no diving” notices and...  more »
  • Great beach and hiring of canoes. Take some waterproof shoe as beach very pebbly. The canoeing was great fun, had two canoes with children 13&15, they jumped out the canoe and off rocks. Booked an...  more »
  • Beautiful place to take a swim or to canoe under the duo of bridges. Water is clean and refreshing. A few minutes walk from the car park.
  • Gets very busy very fast during summer. River is cool but bearable. Toilets are available a bit further up before the parking lot and there are life guards 😊

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