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Plan your visit
Plan your visit
Everything you need to know to enjoy your visit to the Pont du Gard
The Pont du Gard is open to the public year-round. It is accessible 7 days a week, with hours that vary accordingly to the seasons.
Rates and subscription
"All-inclusive" package is available to families, so they can take full advantage of the site and all it has to offer.
A unique place for school's outings
In addition to the major interest of visiting one of the most important listed monuments in the world, the Pont du Gard Site is an ideal learning ground for schoolchildren, combining the pleasure of discovery with the joy of relaxation.
Coming to the Pont du Gard
The Pont du Gard is located in the South of France in the Gard Department (30). In the middle of the Avignon, Montpellier and Marseille triangle, it enjoys an ideal geographical location in the heart of the Mediterranean Garrigue.
Visits for disabled persons
The Pont du Gard provides all the equipment and facilities needed to receive people with reduced mobility.
Come and relax at the restaurant 'Les Terrasses', which blends into the natural scenery opposite the Pont du Gard. Enjoy tasty local cuisine inspired by Mediterranean flavours.
Located in the heart of the triangle between Avignon, Marseille and Montpellier, Pont du Gard is the premier location for organizing your events in the south of France. This Unesco world heritage site welcomes your meetings, team building trips and any other events in this unique environment.
Shopping & souvenirs
The Pont du Gard Site has two shops were you will find beautiful souvenirs to bring back from this magical place and a selection of the best products from the South of France.
The Pont du Gard Site is open to the public all year round. Opening hours, how to get here, entrance fees, subscriptions, other miscellaneous information: we tell you all you need to know!