In the far west, the Camargue is an area of wilderness that will give your camping holiday in Bouches du Rhône a touch of charm. Here, you can enjoy some unique biodiversity at the Parc Ornithologique du Pont de Gau, where you can watch the lovely pink flamingos, the herons and the cormorants. Bulls and white horses rule the Camargue, to which bull breeders and herdsmen devote their whole lives.
By contrast, other towns and cities with different forms of attraction, be they economic, industrial or cosmopolitan, such as Marseille and Aix en Provence, offer a taste of life in the city. Marseille is without doubt the department's most symbolic city, and it is well-known outside France. Every year, its particular charm, historic monuments, way of life and Mediterranean landscapes draw millions of visitors. Wouldn't you like to be among them? Bouches du Rhône has a way of satisfying your curiosity and interest. Aix en Provence is well-known for its students and for its friendly, festive atmosphere, and is a city that never sleeps.
East of Marseille, you will find a fantastic and unique coastline. With 4,000 hectares of rocky inlets, you can enjoy a wonderfully relaxing time here in an idyllic setting. This is a real picture-postcard place, where you can swim in the crystal clear and warm water, and where the cliffs rising up from the inlets mean you can enjoy the feeling of being cut off from the rest of the world.
To the north, the Alpilles will give you a taste of the mountains during your camping holiday in Bouches du Rhône. You'll love all the attractive features of this department.
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