The Romans first founded the city in 102 BC which, since the tenth century, has been called the "Dead Waters," Aigues Morte.
Louis IX of France rebuilt the port city as France's only Mediterranean port during Medieval times. The 13th Century walled town is located in the Petite Camargue of Provence in Southern France, easily reached from Arles.
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|March to November
Spring Summer and Fall are a good time to visit Provence although November and March will
have more rainy days.
The Mistral wind could be cold in winter.
August, and the first half of September
June. These month are considered low season in terms of lodging prices. The end of June,
and all of July and August can be crowded at times in Provence as much of Europe takes its
summer vacation, many visitors will be camping in the Camargue and at Aigues Morte.
Much of France goes on a six-week July August vacation and many people head south.
Summer months are warm and dry. September to mid November offer low season vacation
rental prices. Weather is ideal in May and June and September October, great months to visit.
Showers could come in any month but will be of short duration in the summer, more frequent
November to March.
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