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Au cœur des marais salants de la façade Atlantique ou le long des salines baignées par la Méditerranée, découvrez ces sites entre ciel et mer où l'on récolte l'or blanc, fruit d'un savoir-faire séculaire.

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Saltworks of Aigues-Mortes, Gard

A unique site in Europe, in the heart of wild and preserved nature, the salt marshes of Aigues-Mortes< /strong>are part of the Camargue regional natural park and cover an area of ​​more than 100,000 hectares. Exploited since Antiquity, the salt works of Aigues-Mortes produce a salt reserved for &agrav; food use today harvested mechanically: the salt is piled up; in "camelles", these hills of white gold, before being conditioned. Open à the visit, the site welcomes tourists à aboard the little train, on a mountain bike or during a guided walking tour, for a trip to the heart of the world. through the salt tables.
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