A wild expanse of great biodiversity: the Camargue regional park, with its 150,000 hectares of flora and fauna, is classed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Dive into the adventure and ignite the senses with the traditions of Camargue. Go horseback riding and discover the manades, mixed herds of Camargue bulls and horses that sustain the local herdsmen or Gardians. Not to be missed is the Marais du Vigueirat nature reserve, 60 hectares of vital stopover area on the migration route for avifauna.
In a single area, you’ll find a host of different landscapes and backdrops: salt marshes, reed beds, samphire marshes, lakes and canals. Every landscape is different in Camargue.