La Camargue…Unique Nature

There’s a place in France that can only be called unique. It might not appeal to the average traveler, but rather one who seeks the unusual experience in the midst of nature. That place is La Camargue, at the bottom end of Provence, a regional park and natural reserve just south of Arles. On either side are two branches of the Rhone River. It is an international wetland, 360 square miles broad, of which one third is water or marsh.…

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A Taste of Provence

I plan to write a lot more about Provence in posts to come, but wanted to give you a taste in pictures. These photos include some of the seaside areas of smaller towns you might not know,as well as the rugged charm of inland Provence. This is just an appetizer, so I’ll share more details in future episodes. For now, taste the banquet!             

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