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a
igues mortes quoted island lagunaire in the Small Camargue in the South of France (Gard) is a medieval strengthened city, surrounded with salans swamp and with ponds. It's famous for its history, its fauna and its traditions cowboy boots.


manadier Aigues Mortes Camargue
aigues mortes is situated in the South of France, a part of the south still wild and protected.
wild and naturist beach of Espiguette

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t lies between Italy and Spain, between Languedoc and Provence and nestles on the coast between Nimes and Montpellier
pharo - beach of Espiguette


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u sable, la côte, une certaine côte, mais déjà si loin des autres côtes, qu’elles soient d’Azur ou Brava.

 
toros of Camargues

the mesmerising blue of the Mediterranean sea lies at the end of the Canal Sete.

windsurfing bay of Aigues Mortes - beach of Espiguette

this wonderful coastline, with its balmy waters under the hot sun, offers the visitor a rich and varied life - horse riding, watersports, sandy beaches, wildlife, an exciting nightlife and fascinating historical sites - all within easy reach.

Nimes - antique Roman city - aerial view

from Aigues Mortes, you can also leave to the discovery of these other historic towns,
but also alive, populated, inhabited as Arles, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Nimes, Uzes, Sommieres, Tarascon, Montpelier, Sete all within reach a flight
of wings.

Flight of pink flamingos - sky of the Camargue

the history of Aigues Mortes goes back well into the 1st Millenium, and maybe even earlier, when its rich salt deposits were exploited. The abbey of Pslamodi was built monks and later.

during the reign of Kind Louis, or Saint Louis, it eventually became a port at the time of the Crusades and a strategic point of departure to the Levant. In the darker side of its history, Aigues Mortes became known as the town of Martyrs - templars, Camisardes amongst so many others.

Aigues Mortes - medieval strengthened city - the Camargue Provence the Gard France

it then sank into oblivion and it has only been in recent times that it has found a place on the map of France once again.

it now offers its visitors the opportunity to see the outlying areas and the town in a way that may not have changed so much since its medieval beginnings. It is a region rich still in salt, with wild life unique to its lands, protected parks, unspoilt coastline and beautifully preserved medieval sites.

it can also offer more modern attractions: windsurfing, watersports, boating, bicycling, riding, bullfighting and much more.