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Camargue by boat from Grau du Roi is sure to enchant you with its fauna, flora and its traditions.  

Once aboard the Escapade you’ll discover every facet of a unique landscape : Camargue is a humid region listed a BIOSPHERE RESERVE of UNESCO and Natura 2000.

Trust our guide, a local man who will give you his inside view of the Camargue.You can admire many species and enjoy the Mediterranean climate on this peaceful and informative trip.

Discover the wildlife and traditions on boat trip, the only boat starting from Grau-du-Roi 

 Traditions & Country  



Branding is a tradition still practised today. Camargue bull breeders put their mark and ID number on their bulls with a hot iron. Marking is necessary as the bulls are wild and bred in the open.

White horses

Camargue horses are indispensable for the work of the “Gardians” among the herds. They are bred throughout the Camargue and on your trip you’ll have a chance to admire these little lively yet easy to handle horses.



“Arlesienne” costumes have been revived over the past few hundred years. Today young women and ladies of the Camargue still spend hours dressing and doing their hair to proudly present their traditional costume held together solely by pins. 


Spanish culture is everywhere in Camargue. You’ll certainly enjoy the gipsy songs on theme nights.



The wetlands of the Camargue stretch from the Bouches du Rhône to the border with l’Herault. The Petite Camargue will reveal its typical landscape of water, wilderness and bright blue skies. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable experience.

Traditions in Camargue

The Camargue, where the Rhone delta forms an expansive terrain, is the meeting point of sea and river. This universe of land and water is a refuge for thousands of animals, but it is also a place which welcomes travelers, drifters and adventurers all in search of freedom.

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