Tour the Camargue from Avignon daily throughout the year.
Visit the Camargue National Park to see the wild horses of Provence, pink flamingos, black bulls, and the salt flats. Explore Les Saintes de la Mer, including entrance to the church of Les Saintes Maries.
- Tour days: Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM; Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday from 2:30 PM - 7:30 PM year round
- Children's rate: 5-11 years of age
- Tour duration: 5 hours
- Includes: Sightseeing in the Camargue to see black bulls, wild horses, pink flamingos. Visit of the town of Les Saintes Maries de la Mer, entrance to the roof view of church of Les Saintes Maries
- Includes pickup and drop off from Avignon accommodations
The sightseeing en route through the Camargue is breath-taking and then the tour will arrive in the village of Les Saintes Maries that is on the Mediterranean Sea. You will have a chance to put your feet in the sea, stroll the town, and view the surrounding countryside from atop the town's church.
The Camargue is a region situated just south of Arles. Unique to France, it includes a geography of briny lagoons, lakes, and marshlands. Its wild habitants are some 400 species of birds, the Camargue Horses, and Camargue Bulls, as well as pink flamingos and the human population includes French cowboys (les gardiens) and many Roma gypsies (in Les Ste. Maries). If time permits, this is a very special area to visit and certainly will provide a remarkable contract to the perched villages of Les Baux de Provence and the Luberon (which should not be missed either).