- The large temple built in 1817 and listed as historical monuments.
- Notre Dame church was one of the most ancient high places of prayer in the diocese of Nîmes .
- Le Vieux Vauvert, coeur de petite Camargue houses a large arch with the clock tower and belfry that dominates the fountain of Claw .
- The Mayor dating from the nineteenth century is witness to the wine-growing wealth of that period .
- The hill of Castellas dominates the city and the top of its promontory the view stretches to the sea and to the north you can see the barrier of the Cevennes.
Finally Vauvert has an Arena of over 3,300 seats that is the great place of festivity in the city
For recreation and excursions too, Vauvert is strategically located,
20 minutes from Aigues-Mortes,
40 minutes from Pont du Gard , the Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and Arles , etc ...
Finally the beaches of Grau du Roi and Port Camargue are less than 30 minutes far.
Discover the world’s tallest roman bridge : The Pont du Gard inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985.This remarkable structure was built by the Romans to bring water to the city.
NIMES and its historical monuments as the Maison carrée, , the best preserved Roman temple anywhere, and the mighty Arena, one of three large Roman arenas in the south of France., its Tour Magne, a Roman tower that was once a part of the city's outer fortifications, and now stands at the top of the Jardins de la Fontaine, overlooking the town.
Pont du Gard, Arena of Nîmes, the Maison Carrée,
the Jardins de la Fontaine
AVIGNON and Popes Palace, Domsgarden and cathedral and its famous bridge: Saint Bénézet
ARLES, small Rome of the GAUL, The arenas and the amphitheatre, the ancient Arles Museum…
UZES, City of art and history, the First Duchy of France, Fenestrelle tower and Saint Théodorit cathedral and finally his medieval garden.
Avignon and Popes Palace
Arles and its arenas
Uzès and its Cathedral