Tuesday, May 31, 2016

The Camargue (Rhône Delta), Languedoc, South of France

The Camargue is an enormous area of salt marshes that stretch from Languedoc into Provence. It is famed for its wild horses, and is a great place to go horse riding. (from: Tourist Information for the Languedoc-Roussillon region, South of France)

Espiguette, in the Camargue, is said to be Europe's longest beach and is backed by sand dunes. It is a little difficult to find and a bit of a walk from the car park, but worth it for its beauty and peacefulness. (from: The best beaches and bars)

Provence, with its major towns of Marseille, Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Avignon and Orange, is famous for its immense lavender fields and the Camargue with its pink flamingos, wild white horses and sea salt. (from: South of France - the area to be in Europe)

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