Medieval city (11th century), ramparts, chapels, pedestrian streets, restaurants, shops, events and exhibitions, river port, as well as the Salins du Midi with its salt mountains, the Domaine de Listel and the Tour Carbonnière classified as a historical monument.
• Port Camargue, Europe's leading marina, the magnificent beach of L'Espiguette.
• Le-Grau-du-Roi, a fishing village, the traditional Joutes Nautiques, restaurants on the canal, Seaquarium and Musée de la Mer.
• La Grande Motte, 'pyramid' buildings, 1960's architecture, marina.
Nîmes and Arles
Nîmes and Arles: Roman Arenas, Férias, Camargue Races, Van Gogh, Festivals, Museums and Antiques, Flamenco, Christian Lacroix, Shops, Cafés, Restaurants.
L’Eglise, la Statue de Sara, Patrimoine des Gitans, Parc Ornithologique, 60 hectares de marais entièrement consacrés à la découverte des oiseaux sauvages.
At 60 minutes
• Avignon the famous 'Pont d'Avignon', the fabulous Palais des Papes.
• Duche de Uzes magnificent Place des Herbes and its markets, Haribo candy museum, the PONT DU GARD, the Roman splendour.
• Montpellier, 'baroque' buildings, Opera etc. Cultural events all year round, Museums, Elegant parks.
• Les Beaux-de-Provence and the village of St. Remy-de-Provence.
• The Centre de Découverte du Scamandre, (5 minutes) not to be missed! A nature reserve with paths to discover the flora and fauna.
• But also Le Cailar, circular streets, bullfighting tradition and numerous manades.
• Near Vergèze you will find the source of the celery water of Perrier.
• Saint-Gilles, an important stage in the Middle Ages on the Way of St Jacques de Compostelle,
• The Bac du Sauvage, where the Petit Rhône is crossed, and the running of the bulls in the streets of the villages during the traditional festivals and Camargue races. Here, traditions are still very strong.
• To appreciate the unique and wild local landscapes we have a few bicycles at your disposal, (or perhaps you prefer to come with your own).
• Walking tours, admiring the wild birds.
• Canoeing and kayaking on the Petit Rhone at 15 minutes.
• What a pleasure, horse riding at sunrise or sunset, offered by many equestrian centres.
• A very original way to visit the Petite Camargue: by Caleche!
• Golf in Nîmes or La Grande Motte less than 30 minutes away.
• Not forgetting: the miles of Mediterranean beaches 30 minutes away, surfing, kite surfing, sailing etc.
Under the sun and the fascinating sky of the immense wild Camargue...