I always loved Camargue because of its gypsy culture, wild landscapes, white horses, bulls and flamingos in ponds! For this second article of my spring travel diary in France, I wanted to bring you to the very special city of Aigues-Mortes, located in the heart of Camargue. Not far from Arles, Aigues-Mortes was built in the 13th century on the order of Saint Louis to provide the kingdom of France with a port on the Mediterranean. 

Lovers of history and castles, this town is one of the most unique in France. The well preserved original city walls still stand today and the vibrant city is worth to go explore.  Built upon the coastal marshlands of the Petite Camargue, Aigues-Mortes is an excellent base from which to discover this fascinating region.


Take a guided tour and visit the historic towers and ramparts: 90 minutes to step back in time! It's a stunning tour to take, the walls are protected by four corner towers, including the tall tour de Constance at the northwest corner. The visit lass about an hour and takes you all around the town! For more practical info or to book your tickets its HERE

Stop at one of the delicious restaurant and ice-cream spot in the heart of the city! 

Rent a Jeep with Camargue Découverte and go see some of the surrounding countryside. Get off the beaten track and explore the Camargue in a 4×4 accompanied by a local guide who will share their passion for this enigmatic region. Explore marshes and lagoons which are home to remarkable fauna and flora! To book a Safari, it's HERE


Bisous et bonne aventure!