Camargue Regional Natural Park
Unique in France, the wild Camargue, born out of a marriage of the Mediterranean Sea and Rhône River, benefits from international renown. It is considered as wild, but its environment is actually supported by the hand of man. Thanks to smart water management, wetlands, rice fields, marshes and grazing land live happily side by side here. Camargue is also a wonderful place to observe flora and fauna (lien vers page interne), passionately preserved by the nature reserve. Deeply attached to its time-honoured traditions, Camargue offers a plethora of attractions, including birding, horse riding, tours of the local ranches and succulent local cuisine, to name but a few!