Le sentier de la Palunette
Walk - Toute l'année
Walks between Woods and marshes, to family. Children discover the Camargue nature by the game. The huts and the Palunette trails. At your pace and your taste, whether in the flooded forest, on stilts in the reeds on the dike along the canal, near the clos de mares or on the trail of the specially equipped cabins for children, you escape not the magic of the Camargue which anytime reserve us a surprise, with the call for a boythe song of a frog, the plunge of a European pond terrapin, the flight of a heron, or the arrival of new migratory. A discovery trail awaits you.
The marshes of the Vigueirat
Cabanes de l'Etourneau 13104 Arles
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OrganiserThe marshes of the Vigueirat
1 to 2hrs
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