A self-guided trip through the Camargue and its unique landscapes
France Bike Trips
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6 days is the standard itinerary, but 3 or 4-day options are also available
Pink flamingos, wild horses and black bulls. Lagoons, salt marshes, rice paddies, vast swamps and miles of sandy beaches. The vast wetlands of the Camargue offer the cyclist all this, between the sky and the sea. The Rhône estuary, which extends over 150,000 hectares in the south-west of Provence, is a unique natural landscape with rich fauna and flora and a strong character. On this 6-day self-guided cycling holiday, discover the Camargue with all its facets in a gentle and quiet way. See the shimmering pink flamingos are the most emblematic representatives of the rich natural world – between April and September, 15,000 pairs gather here. From the old Roman city of Arles, explore the eastern part of the Camargue and then close the circle via Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer and Aigues Mortes. Regional culture is also on the agenda: horse breeding, the extraction of the fleur de sel or the Camargue bullfight. And of course, the culinary delights of a mix of land and seafood. E-bike upgrade available. Hotel and guesthouse accommodation, luggage transfers. 35 to 50km per day.
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