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Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Aigues-Mortes

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With a foundation dating back to 102 BCE, Salin d'Aigues-Mortes is a seaside commune surrounded by well-preserved medieval city walls. It's also home to the Tower of Constance, built on the site of the former Matafère Tower that Charlemagne constructed in 790 CE. Despite the town's origins, most of the existing structures were created during the Middle Ages. Explore several structures designed by various monarchs, as well as the location where 45 Templars were imprisoned and tried. You also can visit the Chapel of the Gray Penitents, Chapel of the White Penitents, the Church of Notre-Dame-des-Sablons, and Saint-Louis Square, which contains the famous statue of Saint-Louis. Use our Aigues-Mortes tour planner to arrange your visit to Salin d'Aigues-Mortes and other attractions in Aigues-Mortes.
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  • Little tour by train in the middle of the salins with views of the ramparts. Very nice and informative!
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  • The visit of the Salins of acute dead was a pleasant surprise... full of discoveries on the culture of salt... with a visit to the little train you can take beautiful landscapes... and then this pink color on the Salins is simply beautiful...
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  • The pink color of the salins d dead treble is pretty enough to see. Along the road we can even see a season of flamingos.
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