Sentier du Domaine de la Palissade

Walk - Toute l'année (en respectant la réglementation par arrêté préfectoral).

Espace naturel protégé géré par le Parc de Camargue à Salin de Giraud et propriété du Conservatoire du littoral, le Domaine de la Palissade s'étend sur 702 hectares au sud-est de l'île de Camargue, à proximité de l'embouchure du Grand Rhône et de la mer Méditerranée.
La vocation du Domaine est la protection des milieux naturels et la sensibilisation du public à l'environnement. Il constitue un point d'observation sur le dernier espace naturel non endigué de Camargue.
En visite libre ou guidée, trois itinéraires de 1,5 à 8 km permettent de découvrir des paysages typiques de Camargue ainsi que la faune qui y séjourne (se renseigner et réserver à l'accueil du Domaine de la Palissade).

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Information provided by Provence Tourisme

  • Organiser

    Field of the palisade

    13129 Arles

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Distance


  • Duration

    2 to 3hrs

  • Phone

    • 04 42 86 81 28
  • Website

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