The Camargue
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Our most recommended The Camargue National Parks

  • From Arles: Half-Day 4x4 Camargue Safari

    1. From Arles: Half-Day 4x4 Camargue Safari

    Meet your guide and embark on this incredible half-day 4 x 4 tour. Located between the arms of the Rhône River, the Camargue is a wind-swept land made of salt and water. Birds have made it their safe haven and people have managed to intermingle with biodiversity in this unique place, breeding bulls and horses, as well as developing the rice culture.   Camargue manages to seduce with its breathtaking landscapes and doesn't fail to impress. This territory, where water and alluvium, ponds, marshes and land all mix, has been the base of exceptionally rich human history. Discover the ponds and marshes, home to pink flamingos and many other birds. You will be welcomed on  private land to admire the famous Camargue bulls and horses. Discover the heart of the Camargue Natural Regional Park and learn  about its nature and history from your guide.

    This is the second time we have taken guests on this tour and each time we learn something new about the Camargue. The trip is the best way to learn about the area from local, well informed guides. I would recommend this experience to anyone visiting the region.

  • From Avignon: Half-Day Camargue and Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

    2. From Avignon: Half-Day Camargue and Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

    Depart Avignon and embark on a half-day tour of the beautiful wetlands and other landscapes of the Camargue by air-conditioned minivan. See wild horses and different bird species in their natural habitat, and learn more about the region from your driver/guide. Hear all about the local culture of the Roma people and get the chance to have your fortune read. Pass the historic city of Arles and see the wild horses and bulls unique to the region roaming freely as you make your way to the coastal town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Get some free time to explore the town center and soak up its charms. Use the time to look inside the Romanesque fortress-church and follow in the footsteps of the pilgrims who gather yearly for a religious festival in honor of Saint Sarah.

  • From Avignon: Wild Landscapes of the Camargue

    3. From Avignon: Wild Landscapes of the Camargue

    Travel in a comfortable minivan through the wild landscapes of Camargue, listening to your guide's insightful commentary while looking out for flamingos, black bulls, and wild horses. See the local salt marshes and rice fields before visiting Pont de Gau's Ornithological Park, which hosts several species of birds including pink flamingoes all year round. Then, drive to Saintes-Maries-De-La-Mer, which is an important pilgrimage destination for traveller communities. Afterwards, you can opt for a refreshing swim in the Mediterranean Sea or a stroll along the lively streets of the village and a visit to its fortified church. You will have some free time for lunch there. Finally, visit Aigues Mortes and travel back to the Middle Ages in this wonderful fortified town, surrounded by warmly colored salt pans.

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What people are saying about The Camargue

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 9 reviews

Perfect for half a day of exploring the Camargue. Splendid landscapes accompanied by interesting explanations thanks to a passionate and fascinating guide. Jean made us discover and loved his beautiful Camargue. Excursion recommended .. Without hesitation.

We thoroughly enjoyed the local knowledge imparted by our excellent guide Isabelle and would certainly not have had the same experience on a self drive so would highly recommend

It was a great experience. Our very kind guide Michel taught us a lot about the Camargue and it’s impressive animals. We would definitely recommend this tour!

nice guide! nice tour and tasting of a good product: we recommend! an option on a longer and wilder circuit would be a plus.

Excellent afternoon spent in the Carmargues seeing all the wildlife and learning about them and the land.