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Camargue Nature Park, Arles

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
A protected area, Camargue Nature Park includes a wetland environment, an adjacent marine area, and a lagoon called Étang de Vaccarès. This site has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and a biosphere reserve, and is twinned with a Spanish wetland named Doñana National Park. The two parks share a few features, including significant bird life, semi-feral horses, and proximity to pilgrimage sites. Plan your visit to Camargue Nature Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Arles trip builder.
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  • We visited in October so the weather was getting a bit chilly and the flamingoes had apparently started their winter migration but we still saw plenty of them as well as horses and bulls. Definitely w...  read more »
  • Long Plains or the Earth and water mix. Many birds and little inhabitant. See surveys and them sunsets on these moors of land almost infinite.
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  • it is a specatcular sight ot see the red flamingos and balck bulls, in teh camrgue fileds. Even with a dry seson, the trip was great. 
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