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A horse-drawn carriage ride

A carriage ride is the perfect way to take in the wild beauty of the Camargue and to discover local traditions. We let ourselves be lulled by the rhythmic clopping of the horses' hooves. We listen to our guide's explanations. We let ourselves be carried amid abundant and unspoiled nature.



The charm of the Camargue by horse and carriage

Let it be said, a carriage ride is sure to awaken the senses. We take the time to admire the beauty of the landscapes that pass before our eyes. We look around for the majestic bulls grazing peacefully in green meadows. We listen to the melodic song of migratory birds that gather at the edges of the ponds. It is a timeless promenade, a short distance from Aigues-Mortes, immersing us in the soul of the Camargue.

The guides are true ambassadors of the region. Passionetly, they share with us the beautiful Camargue traditions and pass on the fascinating history of these wild and unspoiled lands. Along the paths taken, they patiently answer all our questions to satisfy our curiosity.

Climbing aboard a horse-drawn carriage means escaping from everyday life. We reconnect with nature and enjoy a moment of well-being.


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Aigues-Mortes

Place Saint Louis - BP 23
30220 AIGUES-MORTES

+33(0)4 66 53 73 00

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