The Magne Tower is located in the northwest part of downtown Nimes. This is one of the many legacies of the ancient Roman era Nîmes. Located at the highest point of the city it is now surrounded by a pleasant Provencal garden. It was formerly one of the built-in wall speaker Augustan military elements, that is to say, the city of Augustus. Today it is the last vestige. Its height reaches 32.50m. It is built of dry stones. Its base is octagonal and the tower is irregular oval. Since this peak location you can enjoy the magnificent view of the typically Mediterranean town.
To get there from the train station take the bus line J management Valmy. Continue after the terminal and get off at "Antonin". Turn up the rue Auguste then follow the sign "Tour Magne (Pedestrians)." Continue until the end of the rue Rouget de Lisle then take the left street Stéphane Mallarmé. Mount directly to the tower.