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Pont du Diable, Ceret

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Bridge Tourist Spot
Named a World Heritage Site, Pont du Diable is a stone bridge over the Hérault River and one of many France's many "Devil's" bridges. Built by Benedictine monks in the 11th century, it spans a steep gorge and connects the abbeys at Aniane and Gellone. The bridge was widened and raised up in 1770, but retains its original shape and structure. Arrange to visit Pont du Diable and other attractions in Ceret using our Ceret vacation planner.
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  • We were last in Ceret in 2013 - almost to the day! Anyway, again we were there for the markets and this time managed to take some photos! Interesting story about the bridge and the devil 'booting' the...  more »
  • This historic bridge is just at the edge of town and easy to include on your walk through town. for a photo opportunity, walk over the new bridge for a good shot.  more »
  • This is a very old bridge with a history. Read its story, find out why it is "le pont du diable" - the devil's bridge - then walk across it, enjoy the views and soak up the atmosphere.  more »
  • Cool old bridge with local legend...
  • Most picturesque part of town
  • Very pretty bridge dating from the 14th century through the Tech (river flowing into the Mediterranean Sea). See
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  • For people who makes taking photos a pretty him eyes
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  • Heritage cultural but roadway deteriorated and soiled by dog poop
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