The ring road and the Mediterranean garden
Nature and the environment - Dates and program to be confirmed
Natural pond, the pond of the olive tree is a real place of relaxation and activities for the Istreens. An attendant will present you during a visit for a period of approximately 1 h 30 all his wealth, and there are many: La Chapelle St-Sulpice, work of architecture Romane, dated from the 10th century, and its exhibitions of paintings / the garden Mediterranean, made in 1998, and its local vegetation identifying a hundred different species / Hill of the Castellan and the ring road. Related to the history of the commune has always been, this place reveals traces of Gallic homes dating from the 6th century BC. These tours are available all year and especially in the spring where the flowering of plants gives all its beauty to the Mediterranean garden.
Chapel of Saint Sulpice
Chemin De Tivoli 13800 Istres
Information provided by OT Istres
OrganiserOffice de Tourisme d'Istres
30 allée Jean Jaurès
On foot, On a mountain bike
1 to 2hrs
- 04 42 81 76 00
04 42 55 38 96
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