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Aigues-Mortes

2000 years of history await you in the royal city of Saint Louis.

The medieval city of Saint Louis... 

Built according to the wishes of Louis IX, Aigues-Mortes, medieval city, Royal Mediterranean port where St Louis left for the crusades in 1248 and 1270, welcomes you in the shadow of its majestic Tour de Constance and ramparts.

Typical streets, artist workshops, art galleries, medieval church with contemporary stained-glass windows Aigues-Mortes is also known for its salt (white gold made from the encounter between the sky, the earth and water), "Vin des Sables", Camargue traditions and remarkable plants and wildlife. It is a protected and very special area, ranked "Grand Site de France".

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