LE PONT DE SAINT ETIENNE D'ISSENSAC

Built in the Middle Ages, Saint-Etienne-d'Issensac's bridge steps over the Herault river, and it allowed the pilgrims to continue their journey towards Saint Guilhem le Désert, which is a step on the Way of Saint James. Built as a humpback bridge, it still has three of its five original archs. During the Ancient Régime, Saint-Etienne-d'Issensac was a parish of approximately 70 inhabitants, constituted of several farm building. It is listed as historical monument since 1948. It is a swimming area during summertime.

Classé aux monuments historiques

Address

D4
34190 BRISSAC

GPS coordinates : 43.8714172 / 3.7055900

Means of communication

Open

from 01/01/2021 to 31/12/2021

Handicapped persons

yes

Animals accepted

yes

Equipement

  • Car park

Spoken languages

Français

Groups

Reception of groups : no

Free entry

yes

Group tours

  • permanent free visits

Individual visits

  • permanent free visits

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+33 (0) 4 67 73 00 56

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