Abbaye de Saint-Roman, Beaucaire
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Recognized as a National Heritage Site of France, Abbaye de Saint-Roman served as a cave monastery for over a thousand years. You can explore a chapel, cloisters, tombs, terrace, and walls and networks of underground chambers. The abbey was constructed in the 9th, 10th, 12th, and 15th centuries. The path to the abbey leads past a large chamber and monks' cells to the tomb of Saint Roman in a chapel carved out of the limestone. A walk up to the terrace gives you a clear view of the Rhone and other significant features of the surrounding area. Work out when and for how long to visit Abbaye de Saint-Roman and other Beaucaire attractions using our handy Beaucaire tour planner.
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Not in my Provence-guide, but I saw the signs. So I visited this abby. Ermitage! Really, it's worth visiting. You have to do this, back in history. Btw: great panorama!!!!
Pascal peltierHaving regard to early October. Super seeshow original
Jack JeudyFor is who likes the ride, to do absolutely.show original
Pfahl CharlesBeautiful historic site with panoramic views of the Rhone and its plain. A must-see.show original
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