The people of the Camargue are deeply attached to their traditions, which include enchanting festivals all year round.The largest of these events are populated by arlesiennes (women in traditional regional dress), gardians (herdsmen), bulls and horses.In Saintes Maries de la Mer alone, you will be treated to the spectacle of Camargue races and abrivados (racing in the streets with bulls).Don’t miss the Feria in July – an opportunity for amateurs and newcomers alike to discover an impressive range of horse shows and events.These are the times when culture and nature meet in the Camargue.
There are four beaches in the Camargue. Head to them for a family day out, a romantic promenade, or simply a solitary stroll.
"Faith, hope and charity" - such was the creed of the Saintois which is symbolised in the Camargue Cross.
The Camargue Natural Park is located in the South of France, to the west of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region in the Bouches-du-Rhone and Gard departments.