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Pont du Diable, Saint-Jean-de-Fos

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
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. Arrange to visit Pont du Diable and other attractions in Saint-Jean-de-Fos using our Saint-Jean-de-Fos trip generator.
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  • A little break after the caves of Clamouse. The site is really beautiful. Very nice view on the Gorge of the Hérault. And the site is very well laid out around the small body of water.
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  • a nice plan water to bathe in case of heat, the Pebble Beach is comfortable, do not try to take the shortcut to access if you have good shoes to walk in the water in the wet season
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  • To see absolutely. The site is worth a visit, even more so since its recent restoration. The natural and heritage character are worth as much seeing as the other.
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  • They say the devil built this bridge.
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  • Very nice place
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  • Worth a look
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  • Beautiful to see
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