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Camargue

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Neal
Neal
July 27, 2020
Horses, bikes, walks, beaches, very very flat, a few interesting villages, different landscape completely.
Simon
Simon
July 7, 2020
The Camargue region of southern France is an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is full of white horses and bulls running free. The etangs (lagoons) often feature flamboyances of Flamingoes growing pink on the wonderful shellfish, which you can enjoy in local restaurants. Try the local Vin des…
Thomas
Thomas
June 7, 2020
(50min) Unique in its kind, the Camargue is the home of hundreds of species of animals and plants. You will find bulls, horses, many birds including the Greater Flamingo, which is the symbol of this region. In addition, enjoy a horseback ride to the beautiful beaches.
Anne
Anne
January 3, 2019
Phare de Lagachole , Beauduc
Alison
Alison
August 21, 2018
black bulls wild white horses and flamingoes

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