Clay-covered walls, light-colored woods, wind-breaks made from reed stems, an abundance of pebbles, shades and hues that seem lightened by the salt, sun and wind… This is the Camargue – a wild land found between the arms of the Rhône that captured the imagination of Olivier Baussan and inspired the landscape of the L’OCCITANE Spas.
There is something special about the Camargue. It is a different Provence – the Provence of water. Protected since 1927, this natural park juxtaposes salt marshes with vast beaches and lagoons.
It is a harsh environment, where Nature continues to impose its rule, but also a precious territory due to its fragile and ephemeral character.