The Camargue Regional Nature Park extends over an area of 85,000 hectares. Located at the mouth of the River Rhone between its two arms, the Camargue is an area of vast, wild and flat expanses unique in Europe. Landscapes are a charming group of ricefields, salt marshes, marshes, lakes (the Vaccarès lagoon being the biggest), reed marshes with pink flamingos, and glasswort-covered moors where white horses gallop and where herds of the Camargue bulls graze. The Camargue also is home to incredible fauna and flora. Its marshes and peaceful lakes attract numerous sorts of birds. The ornithological park offers visitors the chance to observe them up close and potentially photograph them.
The Gard Camargue