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After the longest cycle of our tour, we arrived at Aigues-Mortes. Aigues-Mortes is known for its medival city walls, which are well preserved. South of town lie many marshes where salt is still 'mined'. Earlier in the day we passed some fields in the camargue where (sweet) water from the Rhône is used for cultivating rice. We enjoyed a delicious three course menu at L'Oustau Camarguais, which serves a proper vegetarian menu: an oddity on our trip so far 🍴😍! osm.org/?mlat=43.56636&mlon=4.

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