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All reviews roman bridge old bridge few years worth a stop pedestrian traffic banks of the river great stop small bridge step back in time bike path en route romans cars picnic bc architecture road
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We'd seen it 20 years earlier when cars were still driving on it! It still made a huge impression as a reminder of the Roman period here. Our friend took a selfie with the smaller arch in the background which mad it look like headphones....More

Thank seattlesez
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The most delicate structure still standing from Roman times and it is delightful and beautiful. And it is still standing because of the open spaces so it never got washed away by the floods - and it was still the main road bridge to Bonnieux...More

Thank William W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a beautiful site located in the Luberon with an excellent example of an ancient Roman structure. It isn't as widely known as the Pont du Gard, but is very accessible and would have been a lovely place for a picnic. You can walk...More

Thank amw4
Reviewed July 2, 2018 via mobile

Obviously, this is a beautiful first century Roman bridge.It is also a crossroads for walking and biking. Take the time to walk under the bridge and examine its details. Worth a stop.

Thank Robin D
Reviewed June 29, 2018

Nice historic bridge, when you are going by bike from Apt direction Cavaillon it is good stop for short break.

Thank Ivo S
Reviewed June 19, 2018

This is a small ancient bridge in the beautiful valley. There is the bike path nearby, and it's easy enough to scramble down to the water. It's a pleasant diversion.

Thank guragu
Reviewed May 24, 2018

worth a quick stop - amazing that it has lasted all these years. walk down and under the bridge to see the whole area

Thank CC L
Reviewed May 2, 2018 via mobile

...not only is it still standing but you can still bike over it. Cars were using it up to 2005. As an engineer I couldn’t help but be impressed.

Thank Frankie_Hummus
Reviewed April 16, 2018

The actual bridge is bigger than it looks from the photos and has an (uneven) area below it where you can walk with care and get different shots. It is very well preserved and you can see how they had to make it not-quite-symmetrical in...More

Thank Walking_Scot
Reviewed April 13, 2018

Went April 2018, and while the weather wasn't optimal as it was cold and cloudy with some sprinkles, the area around this site was really quite nice for the view and the easy flat paved walk nearby. It the weather would have been better, this...More

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