HomeSport and leasure

Sport and leasure

Plage Napoléon à Port-Saint-Louis du Rhône

Plage de Camargue

Plages de Camargue - Provence Pays d'Arles - Canopée - Lionel Roux
There are many different ways of visiting the natural spaces of Provence Pays d'Arles, provided that you respect their fragility. In Camargue and the Alpilles, horse-riding allows you to get close to, and gently lose yourself in, nature.

The paths and trails of Provence Pays d'Arles provide infinite possibilities for walks, from simple strolls accessible to everyone to longer, more specialised hikes. Sensitive souls should not attempt these! The Provence Pays d'Arles region is a wonderful, 100% natural tourism area with internationally renowned sites available for extreme sports such as climbing, mountain biking, trial biking, kite-surfing, paragliding, gliding and ultra-light machines. With three long-distance hiking trails (GR6, GR653D and GR653A) and hundreds of sign-posted paths, PROVENCE PAYS D’ARLES can be visited on foot, on horse-back or by bike. The region has more than sixty sign-posted circuits and paths which can be visited on foot, on horse-back or by bike.

  • Kite surfing sur la plage de Beauduc en Camargue

    Extreme sports

    Sensitive souls should not attempt these! The Provence Pays d'Arles region, which respects its protected natural spaces, is a wonderful, 100% natural tourism area with internationally renowned sites for practising extreme sports such as climbing, mountain biking, trial biking, kite surfing, paragliding, gliding and ultra-light machines.
  • On foot, on horse-back or by bike

    There are many different ways of visiting the natural spaces of PROVENCE PAYS D'ARLES, provided that you respect their fragility. In Camargue and in the Alpilles, horse-riding allows you to get close to, and gently lose yourself in, nature. The paths and trails of PROVENCE PAYS D'ARLES provide infinite possibilities for walks, from simple strolls accessible to everyone to longer, more specialised hikes. By bike, you can enjoy the vast wealth and diversity of this region. All the Tourism Offices can provide suggestions for itineraries and professionals ready to accompany you.
  • Plage de Camargue

    Everybody into the water

    Provence Pays d'Arles enjoys the green of its natural spaces and the blue of its 300 annual days of sunshine, its river, its Delta and its beaches. This is blue Provence - everyone into the water!
  • On the green...

    With Servanes golf course, Les Baux de Provence golf course, Barbentane golf course and Saint-Martin de Crau golf course, Provence Pays d'Arles has a wide variety of courses. Golf lovers can therefore practise their favourite activity in three exceptional landscapes: the Alpilles, La Crau and La Montagnette.