Rocher Des Doms, Avignon

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Rocher Des Doms, Avignon - Address

Address: Montee du Moulin off pl. du Palais, Avignon,France

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Garden, Park, Walking Area, Tourist Center, Family And Kids

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Located in the foot of Rhone, Rocher des Doms directly faces Villeneuve-lez-Avignon. The garden was laid out in 1830 and was huge enough to hide a reservoir which once supplied water to the city. It is known to be the cradle of Avignon and the most delightful thing is the panoramic view that the visitors wouldn’t want to miss out on.

Ideal for picnics and family day-outs, there is a tourist train that takes visitors to the top of the mountain. Adventure lovers can also hike up to the top!

How To reach Rocher Des Doms by Public Transport

  • Rented car, tourist train

Restaurants Near Rocher Des Doms

  • Centre Equestre

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  • Great service at a beautiful location. The employees were friendly and quick. There is plenty of shadow and the location was absolutely gorgeous. The price was a bit high, but not too high, especially for such a location in a tourism-focused city.

  • Pretty small park near the Papal Palace. To reach it there is a lot of climbing. The park is very pleasant and overlooks the papal palace and the river.

  • Very picturesque hill top is well worth the climb. There is a nice crepe shop. Get that and a glass of wine and soak in a pleasant afternoon with the ducks in the pond.

  • It's a nice place to take a look at the city at highest point!

  • Nice place to hang out and have a picnic. Can find some nice grassy areas under a tree. Good views of most directions and the half bridge.

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