The Camargue

The Camargue is typically known for a fantastic array of things – Flamingos, it’s production of salt, crops of rice, white horses, bulls, the gypsy festival of Sarah in Stes-Maries – and it’s incredible landscape.Camargue beachIt is a fairly unique horizon, where sea (on the left), lagoon (on the right) and land (somewhere in the middle) occupy the same space.
Camargue patternsRailway trackThe beach Dan and I visited is called Plage de Piemanson and is quite literally the end of the road.  The only permanent fixture being a concrete beach house that the modernist/minimalist inside me thought was pretty cool. Camargue beach hutBeach hut

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