The Camargue is western Europe's largest river delta. It is a triangular area lying on the coast of Provence. A river delta where the Rhône meets the sea, a marshy island bounded by two branches of the Rhône and the Mediterranean Sea.
The Camargue is home to more than 400 species of birds. Its brine ponds provide one of the few European habitats for the greater flamingo.
The Camargue is an internationally important site for wetlands.. It is also one of the few European habitats where greater flamingos nest.
Full Moon in the Camargue
Spotting thousands of pink flamingos is not something you might expect to see in France but that’s what you’ll find in the Camargue region.