Carnet de balade urbaine "Les paysages de Martigues"
History - Sciences - Technology - Du 1 janvier au 31 decembre - Free
Découvrez Martigues en famille tout en vous amusant !
Un carnet de balade urbaine à imprimer pour vous servir de guide à Martigues.
Le parcours est ponctué d'activités ludiques pour les enfants et d'informations inédites pour les plus grands.
Arpentez la ville au fil de l'eau, de l'étang de Berre au Miroir aux Oiseaux.
Paysages traditionnels historiques et paysages industriels s'entremêlent et forment une belle alchimie !
Martigues offre des paysages variés, profitez du carnet pour les observer.
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Rue Colonel Fabien 13500 Martigues
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