Hotels in Aigues-Mortes, France
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The team of travel experts at Hotels.com have created a great range of Aigues-Mortes hotels for you to choose from. We have made sure that there are accommodation options to suit everyone in this range, whether you want a romantic hideout or a suite of rooms for all the family close to the main attractions, you will find plenty to inspire you at Hotels.com. We want you to be able to book with complete confidence, so we give you lots of information about each of our Aigues-Mortes hotels. As well as photographs of the hotel, you will find reviews on our site. These are written by other Hotels.com users who have been guests at your chosen hotel in the past, and are collected via our certified user reviewing program. Encircled by medieval walls, Aguies-Mortes offers you great food, fine wine, and a wealth of cultural attractions.
What's Aigues-Mortes like?
Aigues-Mortes is a beautifully preserved 13th-century town, criss-crossed by a network of stunning canals. When you visit, be sure to take a look at the Tower of Constance, with its majestic ramparts: one of the key landmarks in the region, it has been used for everything from a brewery to a fort. The The Church of Notre-Dame-des-Sablons with its amazing iconography is a brilliant place to visit, while the Saint Louis Square is the center of tourist activity in the region. Here you will find lots of delightful cafes where you can sit outside, and bars serving sweet southern French wine. Aigues-Mortes is also situated on the gorgeous southern French coastline. Here you can enjoy swimming, sun bathing, water sports and much more on the sun splashed white sands.
How to get along with locals in Aigues-Mortes
Eating as locals eat will really help you to blend in when you visit Aigues-Mortes, and the town is known for several culinary delicacies. One of them is fougasse. Fougasse is the first type of pastry that was made so as to be able to rise. In Aigues-Mortes, fougasse is traditionally made with sugar, butter, and orange ("sucre", "buerre", and "orange" to the French), and it resembles brioche. Fougasse is sold all year round in Aigues-Mortes (though it was originally a Christmas treat), so make sure to grab one with a cup of coffee ("un cafe") when you are visiting the town. At Hotels.com, we have so much local knowledge all about Aigues-Mortes, ranging from its food and culture to its language. Make the most of our expertise and book yourself a room in one of our great Aigues-Mortes hotels today.