Nimes and its arenas

Essential visits to nîmes

Ideally located on the Via Domitia that connects Rome to Spain, Nîmes became in the 2nd century one of the most brilliant city of Roman Gaul.

This very prosperous period is illustrated today by splendid monuments in an exceptional state of conservation. They are among the most beautiful and best preserved in the Roman world. For example: the arenas, the Maison Carrée, the Magne tower. But also the door of Augustus and the door of France, the “temple of Diana”. As well as cultural developments around the source of the Fontaine gardens.

Finally, the arrival of water at the castellum divisorium thanks to the construction of an aqueduct from Uzès, of which the Pont du Gard is the most remarkable element. All this heritage is enhanced by the recent opening of the Museum of Romanity which is opposite the famous Roman amphitheatre. Many events take place there in the summer and also throughout the year.


But spending your holidays in Nîmes is not just about discovering the remains of the city. Located between the Cévennes mountains, the Gardon gorges and the beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, Nîmes enjoys an exceptional geographical location and is surrounded by a multitude of emblematic places to discover.

It is precisely in one of these places conducive to relaxation and the practice of many activities that the Camping du Domaine d’Anglas welcomes you. Canoeing or swimming in the river, hiking in the sumptuous gorges of the Hérault or lazing on the beaches of the small Camargue, you will be spoiled for choice for the perfect holiday. Whether you are a fan of green tourism, sports enthusiasts or more simply looking for a holiday in the sun far from the hustle and bustle of the seaside resorts. There is something for all ages and all tastes near Nîmes.

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