The Camargue Regional Nature Park

The town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is the capital of the Camargue. The Camargue is a wild and resplendent land which will charm you with its expanses of fine sand, its ponds, its marshes and its rice fields. The Camargue is also known to shelter a rich fauna and flora. You will see birds, bulls and wild horses. A change of scenery and wonder will be on the agenda during your getaways in this vast, humid and preserved area.

Activities for all tastes

Whether you prefer to discover the Camargue on foot, by bike, on horseback, by Segway, by 4x4 or by car, we can tell you all the good addresses in the area. On the Camargue beaches, you can also participate in various water activities. Let yourself be tempted by experiences full of sensations during your family holidays, your romantic weekends, your business stays or your solitary getaways, in our 3-star hotel with heated swimming pool in Saintes Maries de the sea.

Exceptional landscapes

The Camargue will charm you with its diversity of landscapes. We advise you to go to the Parc Ornithologique du Pont de Gau to observe nature in all its splendour. Make a stopover through the marshes to discover another facet of the Camargue. For idleness, relaxation, sunbathing and swimming, head to the miles of beaches in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.


The town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer is steeped in history and character. It will surprise you with the conservation of these monuments such as the church of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, where you will discover the statue of Saint Sara. Go through the Camargue Museum to learn more about culture and traditions. To attend many local events, go to the bullring.

Aigues-Mortes and its saltworks

Aigues-Mortes is an unmissable town in the Camargue. It will surprise you with its ramparts which surround the whole city. Stroll through the heart of Aigues-Mortes to discover all its treasures such as the Tour de Constance, Place Saint-Louis, Notre-Dame-des-Sablons church and the many art galleries. Outside the ramparts, the salt marshes offer a breathtaking spectacle. You can get closer to it during a walk, car or mini-train.

Arles and its Roman heritage

Arles is the largest city in France by area and is home to a large number of monuments dating from Roman times. The city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Stroll through the streets of Arles to discover all its secrets and treasures. We advise you to discover: the amphitheater, the ancient theatre, the cryptoporticoes, the Roman forum, the baths of Constantine, the Alyscamps and the Saint-Trophime church.