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Le Grau-du-Roi: Seaquarium Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

1. Le Grau-du-Roi: Seaquarium Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

Discover the aquatic life of the Mediterranean with tickets to the Seaquarium in Le Grau-du-Roi. Benefit from skip-the-line entrance and enjoy up-close encounters with incredible underwater animals. Admire the variety of colorful fish in the tropical area. See Moray eels, scorpion fish, triggerfish, and much more. Head to the seal and sea lion enclosure and be dazzled by these playful creatures. Visit the shark center to learn about this fierce predator, and why they must be protected. Take a breath and dive beneath the waves with a virtual reality experience. This interactive visit is fun for all ages.

Camargue: Half-Day 4x4 Guided Safari Adventure

2. Camargue: Half-Day 4x4 Guided Safari Adventure

Explore Camargue, France, on a guided safari adventure tour aboard a 4x4 with an open roof view. Visit authentic landscapes including the rice fields and ponds of a local marsh. See Camargue horses and bulls and marvel at the flight of flamingos. Plus, taste local foods and wines. Get picked up from your accommodation before starting your adventure. Board the 4x4 and stop at a breeding ranch to experience Camargue's animals. See the Camargue horses and bulls. Then, explore the middle of the marsh of the old Vistres. Travel through the rice fields and along the ponds and canals. Get a chance to see flamingos and other wildlife. Then, transport to another time while stopping at the heart of the medieval city of Aigues-Mortes. During the tour, enjoy a gourmet break at the Mas du Notaire, where the tour turns from sight to taste. Take part in a wine tasting and enjoy local foods and drinks (PDO bull saucisson, fougasses, fruit juices, etc.). End the tour on a full stomach as you're dropped off back at your accommodation.

Aigues Mortes: Medieval Ramparts Entry Ticket

3. Aigues Mortes: Medieval Ramparts Entry Ticket

Step back in time and discover the thrilling world of medieval France at the Aigues Mortes Ramparts. With their use dating back to 1278, the ramparts stand as a historical record of architectural strategies used in medieval warfare, as well as the centuries-long struggle between Catholics and Protestants. Built to protect the Mediterranean port of Aigues Mortes, the fortifications comprise 20 towers and nearly a mile of stone wall. Amble past the multiple entrances to the wall, including the Gardette Door, and gaze up at the Tower of Constance, one of the most well-preserved examples of medieval towers — used in the 19th century as a prison for Protestant dissidents. Keep your eyes peeled for traces of the projectiles fired at the ramparts during the many conflicts that occurred along the walls, each a priceless account of over 700 years of French military history.

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Very long 4x4 ride with Dorothée, who made us discover magnificent places by explaining to us all the history of the Camargue. A very nice tasting, visit to a herd, in short, an activity to recommend.

Interesting visit. Friendly guide. Gourmet break in a wine estate. Even for an 8 year old child the 3h30 visit was not too long. Do not hesitate.

Very informative and very well organized. Our guide was of a very good level and was very invested. His name was Michel I believe.

Great knowledgeable English speaking guides. Very informative. The wine tasting is an added bonus to the trip.

It was a great experience and a rewarding activity. Our guide was top notch. Thanks to Camargue Otherwise