Camargue villas Holiday rentals - villas & holiday homes for rent in Camargue

Overview

The Camargue Natural Park is an area of pristine natural beauty with its countless rivers and inlets. The best times to visit are in the Spring and the Autumn, when the park's wetlands are a major staging point for hundreds of thousands of migrating birds but also because at this time of year, there are fewer mosquitos.

Camargue is famous for its pink flamingos, black bulls, and white horses which are a special breed and one of the oldest breeds in the world dating back thousands of years. The horses are used by the Camargue's traditional cowboys for herding and rounding up black bulls but also for pony trekking.

At a glance...
Beaches
Watersports
Spa & wellness
Golf
Sailing
Hiking trails
Pony trekking
Bird watching
Regional airport Marseille

Featured villas in the Camargue

There are many holiday resorts that hug the shores of the Camargue and the self-catering holiday rentals range from luxury beach villas with private swimming pools to family-friendly apartments. Renting a self-catering holiday villa is a very popuar choice with families as it provides the space, freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want.

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Featured resorts

Offering a warm and very friendly stay, the towns and villages around the Côte d'Azur provide nothing less than the highest quality in service and fantastic accommodation for you to enjoy. From quaint fishing villages and glamourous cosmopolitan resorts to the hill top retreats, the Côte d'Azur provides an intriguing mix of destinations.

Things to see & do in the Camargue

The Camargue is packed with things to see and do from the glorious beaches to exploring the waterways around the marshes. If you have a car, there are many places to visit within an hours drive that are ideal for day trips.

Walled city of Aigues Mortes

Sitting on the western edge of the Camargue is the magnificent city of Aigues Mortes, one of the finest walled cities in France. Once an important port during the time of the Crusaders, Aigues Mortes is now 5 miles inland surrounded by marshland due to the contraction of the Rhone delta waterways through the silting process.

Inside the city, you can wonder around the top of the wall, which is floodlit at night, and explore the medieval centre which is full of interesting artisan shops, boutiques and cafes.

walled city of aigues mortes camargue

Ardèche gorge and caves

The Ardèche is a spectacular gorge in the midst of stunning pine and oak forests and is a wonderful day out for the whole family. There are plenty of things to see....

  • the spectacular Pont d'Arc natural bridge over the river Ardèche
  • Lavender museum in Saint Remèze
  • viewing platforms along the Route de la Corniche de l'Ardèche
  • Caverne du Pont d'Arc, with its unique cave paintings

The caves are a UNESCO World Heritage site due to the fact that they boast one of the largest and oldest collections of prehistoric cave paintingsin the world.

adreche gorge

Nîmes

Nîmes sits in the Occitanie region 25 miles away from the coast and is one of the most beautiful towns in France with a rich Roman heritage. In fact, it boasts having one of the largest collections of Roman remains outside of Rome! With a wonderful old town and gardens it has the enviable position of being within easy reach of the beautiful beaches and the Cevennes national park to the north.

nimes roman amphitheatre

Our view on the Camargue

The Camargue is a wonderful part of France to rent a villa and explore the local area. An ideal destination for family holidays with beaches, historic towns and lots of things to see and do close by.


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