Campsite Camargue

Our campsite 35 minutes from the Camargue

Our Mas de Nicolas campsite is just 35 minutes from the Camargue. You’ll have quick access to all the activities offered by the Camargue Regional Nature Park, while enjoying the pleasant setting of our campsite. A place equipped for your relaxation with our balneo area featuring a heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, hammam and fitness room with bikes and treadmill.

For 2 or groups of 6, you can enjoy a fully-equipped, air-conditioned mobile home or chalet, with wi-fi access. If you’re bringing your camper van, caravan or simply want to pitch your tent, 166 pitches are available.

  • Art and history
  • Seaside resorts
  • Citadelles
  • Hiking trails

The Camargue, a wild land of rich flora and fauna

The Camargue is a region on the Mediterranean coast, classified as a “Grand site de France”. This 150,000-hectare wetland forms a triangle between Arles, Le Grau-du-Roi and Fos-sur-Mer, across the Bouches-du-Rhône and Gard departments.

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There are 2 zones:

To the north, the Camargue is mainly dominated by freshwater, with an irrigation system that enables crops to be grown, particularly rice (the famous Camargue rice).
To the south, the Camargue, shaped by the incursions of the sea and famous for its salt production (4 million tonnes per year), exported worldwide.

But the Camargue is also known for its exceptional wildlife, with many species living in the wild. On your walks, you’ll come across pink flamingos, as well as admire the running of the robust Camargue horses, which live in harmony with the bulls. If you like birdwatching, you’re in for a treat, as half of Europe’s 660 species can be seen here.

What to do in the Camargue

Covering several thousand hectares, the Camargue offers many walks and places to visit;

  • La Tour Carbonnière in Saint Laurent d’Aigouze
  • Aigues-Mortes, a citadel in the middle of the marshes
  • Les Saintes-Maries de la Mer, capital of the Camargue, a renowned seaside resort
  • Le Grau-du-Roi, another seaside resort
  • Arles, city of art and history
  • The many manades where bulls and horses are raised in the traditional Camargue way;
  • The must-do horseback ride through marshes and lagoons
  • Numerous hiking trails among the roubines and dikes built since the 17th century
  • Discover the Camargue by boat along the Canal du Rhône à Sète
  • Take part in one of the many fêtes votives or Camargue races that bring together bull and horse enthusiasts…

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