Journée camargue au coeur d'une manade de taureaux
10 h 30: welcome by the guardians of the manade. Guard of honor. 10 h 45: ride in a cart towed in the middle of the bulls manade: guided by a guardian. 11.15: great ferrade Camargue: marking of the calf of one year, dramatic tradition commented by a guardian. 12 h: Presentation of the bulls manade. 12 h 15: lunch, three menus to choice. 2: 45 pm: great show horse and bullfighting. 16 h 30: end of the day.
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Manade Albert Chapelle
Mas de Pernes
13310 Saint Martin de Crau
Adresse de départ
Saint Martin de Crau
On horseback, On a cart
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It was born in the mid-Nineties but originates from the city's infamous reputation since the early 20th century.
Celebrated at Candlemas, this traditional Provencal biscuit is also a popular sweet treat all year round