This Gironde village is world famous for its vines. On foot or by bike, discover the mazes of this ancient medieval city, and in particular, its underground monolithic church, built in the 12th century. Go further inland to discover the vineyards that make this region famous.
Cities to visit
During your stay, visit some characteristic towns of the regions. For the south-east, fall in love with its Provencal towns such as Aix-en-Provence or Salon de Provence. For the southwest, explore Bordeaux, Arcachon or even Toulouse!Link title
To offer you a real plunge in France, we suggest organizing an itinerary for you, in order to discover the most beautiful wine estates in France. From the visit to the tasting, we organize a tailor-made Wine Tour. Contact us to find out more.
Like its olive trees, lavender is a symbol of French Provence. Its flowering lasts the time of a summer, when festivals multiply to celebrate "the soul of Haute Provence" as Giono said. Stroll through the fields of lava on foot or by bike, enjoy its perfume and its oil, visit Sénanque Abbey and discover all these small villages.Link title
From south-east to south-west, the regions are suitable for all mountain lovers. Between the Sainte Victoire mountain on the side of Aix en Provence, the Gardon gorges and its canyon towards Nimes, the Mont Ventoux classified by UNESCO, or the Pyrenees, there is a lot to do to enjoy with family or friends of these territories.Link title
From ocean beaches to Mediterranean beaches, discover the French coast that suits you for your holidays. Beautiful walks or bike rides await you and allow you to explore them. It is also an opportunity to try your hand at windsurfing, surfing, windsurfing, etc.
A little history for enthusiasts. France and its regions have an important cultural and historical heritage, some recognized as such by UNESCO, such as the Citadel of Blaye, the Pont du Gard, or cities such as Bordeaux-port de la lune. p >
During your stay in France, take the opportunity to taste the culinary specialties of each region, such as the Bordeaux cannelé, the Saint-Emilion macaroon, the Aix-en-Provence calisson, the Arcachon oysters , the Provençal tomatoes, without forgetting the cheese, the cold cuts and the olives.
La Camarque is open to all nature and animal lovers. Come and discover its pink flamingos, its bulls and its birds, hike between the ponds, horseback on the beach, and enjoy its villages and its gastronomy with Camargue rice.