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Carmargue: Further afield, the Carmargue is France’s wild west. The region is Europe’s largest river delta and covers an area of over 900 square kilometres. It’s a wild landscape of red salt lagoons teeming with flamingos, herds of wild white horses and farms where Europe’s only cowboys raise…
Visit the Camargue, typical landscapes of the Languedoc-Roussillon region. Discover this beautiful region on horseback, visit the Salin sea salt ponds, go on a 4x4 safari to see pink flamingos, bulls, horses and more.
Horses, bikes, walks, beaches, very very flat, a few interesting villages, different landscape completely.
The Camargue region of southern France is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is full of white horses and bulls running free. The etangs (lagoons) often feature flamboyances of Flamingoes growing pink on the wonderful shellfish, which you can enjoy in local restaurants. Try the local Vin des…
(50min) Unique in its kind, the Camargue is the home of hundreds of species of animals and plants. You will find bulls, horses, many birds including the Greater Flamingo, which is the symbol of this region. In addition, enjoy a horseback ride to the beautiful beaches.
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“This is a personal favorite. This is at a walking distance and is perfect for a hike. You are able to walk all the way to the top where the metal tower is. With all the plants around like Rosemarie, thyme it makes you smell amazing. The breeze allows you to relax and enjoy the truly amazing view. Don’t forget to bring comfortable walking shoes. (No Gucci! ) ”
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“un marché pour acheter de tout des épices en passant oar chzoeaux et panier, boutis, artisanat....le samedi ”
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“Théâtre d'Arles proposant un très bonne programmation, très éclectique pouvant plaire à un grand nombre.”
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“Picasso loved Arles. His passion for bullfighting will make him become friends with photographer Lucien Clergue, and then with the young curator of the Réattu Museum, Jean-Maurice Rouquette. In 1957, Picasso was invited to exhibit about sixty drawings, which he donated to the museum in 1971, in addition to the Portrait of Lee Miller in Arles (1937), painted just after Guernica. Augmented with engravings, archives, photographs and posters, the whole is called The Picasso of Arles.”
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