The Pont Julien (French for Julian Bridge) is a Roman stone arch bridge over the Calavon river in the south-east of France dating to 3 BC. It was located on the Via Domitia, an important Roman road.
It is located 5 km to the north of the village of Bonnieux and 8 km west of Apt. It is situated on the territory of the commune of Bonnieux.
The bridge's natural stones were cut to a precise fit, and were not cemented with any mortar.