The Camargue is a traditional region, and that's reflected in its food: hearty and bold in flavour, with some unusual ingredients on the menu, such as taureau (bull) and locally farmed salt. Seafood is a highlight, particularly on the coast.

The countryside around the villages of Le Sambuc and Villeneuve harbours top eateries, from simple roadside dining to family inns to Michelin-starred gastrotemples.