The Camargue is a fragile sanctuary for exceptional flora and fauna, where mankind lives alongside horses, bulls, birds, the sky and the water.
Varied landscapes cover more than 100,000 hectares, and the Camargue is noted for its rice fields, salt flats and lagoons.
Chloé tips :«During the day, the meaning of “The land of the endless sky” becomes clear. Spectacular flamboyant colours seem to suspend time above the water. In an aerial ballet of wings and feathers, pink flamingoes take flight, while curious bulls look on from a distance. »
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