Romain traces in Barbegal
History - Sciences - Technology - Du 1er janvier au 31 décembre
Greatest known concentration of mechanical power in the ancient world, aqueducts and the Barbegal Mills comprised a complex work, consisting of two parallel aqueducts, leading drinking water to the city of Arles from the Alpilles and which fed a mill capable of producing up to 4.5 tonnes of flour per day. This guided walk is therefore a way to enhance the discovery of this place rich in history while remaining in harmony with the nature that surrounds it.
Situé en pleine nature, sur la route des aqueducs D33
Information provided by OT Fontvieille
OrganiserOffice de Tourisme Fontvieille
On foot, By coach
1 to 2hrs
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