This 18th century aqueduct used to bring the city's water over 14 km from the Saint-Clément spring to the water tower in Peyrou.
Thanks to this structure, Montpellier can supply the numerous fountains scattered around the city. The neighborhood surrounding part of the aqueduct, Les Arceaux (the arches) draws its name from the double layer of arches extending over 800m.
In Montpellier, you will find the Comédie square, the Peyrou garden, the Charles de Gaulle esplanade and the Saint-Roch church. In short: the historical and flamboyant Montpellier. However, like european capital cities...
A mosaic of atmospheres
Montpellier, festive, mediterranean and creative city...