We were there in mid Oct and still saw plenty of the white camargue horses as well as numerous flamingos. I was reluctant to initially go but was plesantly surprised by all the wildlife we saw.
we stopped in the fee for admission bird park and were there so long we had little time for what else we wanted to do.. saw tons of flamingos, herons, egrets and other birds. vistas to the water with some white horses there along the water's edge were just superb.. it was a beautiful day and we thoroughly enjoyed it.... More
The main museum was closed until Nov. although there was a nice hiking trail open. The ornothological park is where I recommend you spend your time! The entrance was tricky to find, we drove past it twice, but the birds are fabulous. Has picnic facilities and a small snack bar.
We cycled through it and found it to be fabulous. The only thing was that from the road leading directly through it there is not much to see. I would advise branching off and definitely trying to take in the visitor centre.
The area is a quick drive from Arles. We went to see flamingos in the wild and the famous white horses and we were not disappointed. Just drive towards Digue de La Mer and stop at the various lookout points along the way. We did not experience any mosquitos as other reviewers report. We also visited the salt works which... More
Go there to see animals and wonderfull nature. It's a very special place, very different from all other natural parks I've ever seen. A place to be visited!
Loved to just drive and stop through area. Saw many flocks of flamingoes, some wild horses (prehistoric!), and many other unique species. A great day trip, pack a picnic.
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