Located between the Mediterranean and the two arms of the Rhône, the Camargue is to be discovered thanks to 14 routes, offering breathtaking landscapes, to be achieved by bicycle, on foot, by car or by motorbike. You can see vineyards, sandy beaches, wild ponds and salt marshes. Without further ado, choose the walk that best suits your desire for adventure and the outdoors.
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From your hotel in Camargue
Le Mas de Cocagne, located in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, offers a wide range of activities to do in the Camargue. Explore a manade from where you will observe, bulls, horses and the life of a manadier. Explore the wild lands of the Camargue in an extraordinary 4x4 safari, you will discover animals in their natural habitat. You can also take a horse or carriage ride to explore this vast wetland. On a Segway or an electric bike, crisscross the hiking trails amidst the preserved flora and fauna. And finally, for travelers who love thrills, go down the Petit Rhône by zodiac or canoe. & Nbsp;
A protected territory Camargue Regional Natural Park
Camargue authenticity The herds
The Camargue manades represent a herd of bulls led by a gardian. Very close to your luxury hotel in the Camargue is the Des Baumelles and Cavallini manades. In these two establishments, you can discover or rediscover the Camargue traditions and participate in the sorting of bulls.
Capital of the Camargue Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer
This city, steeped in Camargue traditions, is an exceptional town where modernity and custom come together. The year unfolds at the rate of remarkable events and exceptional shows: the equestrian show "Camarkas", gipsy evenings or pilgrimages. Your charming hotel in the Camargue is near the city center of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.
In the footsteps of the Romans The city of Arles
Your hotel with swimming pool in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Le Mas de Cocagne, is a 40-minute drive from the beautiful town of Arles. The latter has preserved remarkable remains from Roman times. Now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Roman Amphitheater, the Ancient Theater, the cryptoportiques and the Alyscamps site are worth visiting when you come to Arles.
Looks like a medieval fortress The commune of Aigues-Mortes
Founded in the 13th century, the city of Aigues-Mortes was the first port in France on the Mediterranean. This magnificent town in the Gard Camargue is surrounded by its ramparts. All year round, visit these prestigious vestiges: the Tour de Constance, the Carbonnière tower and the Place Saint-Louis. Take the opportunity to visit the Chapel of the White Penitents and that of the Gray Penitents, both essential.