The Camargue Landscapes present a subtle alchemy between freshwater and saltwater landscapes. This region is in a situation of flooding in winter and drought in summer. This leads to the development of a very particular flora, and allows us to observe unique landscapes specific to this region.

  • Great Causses - Ferme caussenarde - Hameau de Hyelzas

    Great Causses

    The Great Causses extend first of all to the south of the Aveyron department, in Lozère, as well as the Gard and a small part of Hérault. The Great Causses is an appellation which designates a set of more or less vast limestone high plateaus with reliefs shaped by puechs and valleys interspersed with ravines, valleys and gorges located to the south of the Massif Central.

  • Ferme au Hameau de Bellecoste - Farm in the Hamlet of Bellecoste

    The Cevennes

    The Cevennes are a mountainous region forming part of the Massif Central, and extending mainly over the departments of Lozere, Gard and Herault. The southern part has a Mediterranean climate, while the region of Mont Lozere and Mont Aigoual has a more mountainous climate, given the altitude of these two massifs.

  • Article La Camargue

    The Camargue

    The Camargue is undoubtedly a paradise for birds. These ensured the international reputation of the Camarque by their variety. This region has more than 350 species of sedentary or migratory birds.