Le Sentier Littoral à la rencontre du GR2013
Walking sports - Toute l'année - Free
Randonnée pédestre sur les berges du canal d'Arles à Bouc et le long du littoral Port de Boucain accompagnée d'un guide: découverte de l'histoire de la ville et de son développement social et économique au travers de textes extraits des "Contes magnétiques" de Pierre Grafféo.
Canal de Port de Bouc et littoral Port de Boucain
Port de Bouc
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OrganiserOffice de Tourisme de Port de Bouc
2 to 3hrs
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