Découvrir la Camargue et la Mer méditerranée

Only 50 minutes from Uzès, the Camargue is situated south of Arles and has a unique location between the Gard and the Bouches du Rhône. We often say Uzès between the sea and the Cévennes since the sea and the closest beaches are the sublime beaches of the Camargue.

More than 60 km of fine sandy beaches in the Camargue, you can enjoy the beautiful sunshine that this region offers. The beach of Piémançon, the beach of Beauduc on the west side where you can sunbathe and or swim. Known also for its superb horse riding along its white sandy beaches worthy of an island paradise. You will see pink flamingos and many other animal species: a remarkable and unique region in Europe worthy of an open-air zoo.

There are many walks along the various ponds or in the heart of the city, on foot, on horseback or by bicycle. You will discover magnificent places in the wilderness.

This city also has a rich heritage. A unique architecture, a beautiful culture and many stone streets give a very picturesque atmosphere.

Very close to the Camargue, located in small camargues, Aigues Mortes, a real medieval fortress with more than a kilometer of ramparts and these many monuments in a remarkable state as the Constance tower dating from the 13th which benefits from a beautiful height of 30 m and offers a splendid view of the Camargue. Architectural elements found in many properties such as the Gothic style, vaulted ceilings with ribbed ceilings, beautiful sculptures and many unique facades.

The tradition of Camargue sea salt is still present; you can admire the pink waters from a train or on foot. You will learn a lot about this practice and the tools used by the sauniers. During your trip, you will be flown over by nearly 200 species of birds. A highly developed fauna and flora in the Camargue area.

An original culture, exceptional landscapes, white horses, beautiful stretches of beaches with fine sands, beautiful ancestral traditions make the Camargue a beautiful postcard to come and visit with your own eyes absolutely.

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