The Camargue is part of my favorite destinations while I was a child. From there, I remember there were white horses on the beach, a wild nature, bulls, huge beaches where we are alone, a bit like the end of the world. This Summer, I went back to Camargue. Horseriding there was a formidable experience to get another look at this area!

The Camargue in a few words

Recognized as a French natural regional Park, Camargue is also an island! Indeed, our guide explains to us that the Camargue is located in the Rhone delta, surrounded by the two arms of the Rhone along with the Mediterranean Sea.
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Members of the European program LIFE+ ENVOLL introduce us with birds we can see in Camargue. Many birds in camargue, along with rice and salt from Salin-de-Giraud!
The touristic map can be dowloaded here.
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Horseriding at Domaine de la Palissade

Domaine de la Palissade is wonderful to discover a part of the Camargue by horse! The horses are healthy, very nice, beautiful. Our nice guide gave to us precious information about the Camargue and the horses.
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Their site web can be visited through this link.

Piémanson Beach

A huge, great beach I used to go to while I was a kid.
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Salin-de-Giraud

Here you get to learn more about salt production!
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The salt road tour here.