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Tower Carbonnière

Monument in Saint-Laurent-d'Aigouze

Watchtower built at the end of the thirteenth century, the Carbonnière tower takes place in the town of Saint-Laurent-d'Aigouze, in the Gard department. Formerly used to protect the fortified city of Aigues-Mortes, it stands in the middle of the marshes, between the Vistre and the Rhone canal in Sète, and its terrace offers a breathtaking view of the Little Camargue.

Listed as a historic monument, the Carbonnière tower is a rectangular building in dressed stone, in the same style as the ramparts of Aigues-Mortes. Completely renovated in the late 2000s to ensure the safety of the public, it is now surrounded by a trail of discovery to admire the surrounding marshes.

Other monuments nearby

Abbey of PsalmodieSaint-Laurent-d'Aigouze
House of Philippe le BelLunel (6.8 mi)
Castle of CandillarguesCandillargues (7.3 mi)
Arena of LansarguesLansargues (7.8 mi)
Lighthouse of L'EspiguetteLe Grau-du-Roi (8 mi)
Abbey of FranquevauxBeauvoisin (8 mi)
Church Saint-MartinLansargues (8 mi)
Oppidum of AmbrussumVilletelle (9 mi)


Monday 19 june
Min. 17°C - Max. 24°C
Tuesday 20 june
Min. 16°C - Max. 29°C
Wednesday 21 june
Min. 19°C - Max. 29°C

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