La pointe de Beauduc

Hike - Toute l'année

L'étang du Fangassier et la pointe de Beauduc font partie d'une vaste propriété du Conservatoire du littoral de plus de 6 500 hectares : les étangs et marais des anciens salins de Camargue. Le site présente une faune et une flore diversifiées et typiques des habitats naturels du littoral méditerranéen.
La pointe de Beauduc voit se développer une végétation exceptionnelle et comporte des dunes uniques dans le delta du Rhône. Le site est accessible toute l'année, en visite libre. Attention, la piste d'accès de 10 km est peu entretenue et limitée aux véhicules d'une largeur < 2 m.
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Départ/arrivé : Parking de la plage de Beauduc

Arles

Point de vue : Phare Beauduc

Arles

Information provided by Provence Tourisme

  • Organiser

    Parc Naturel r��gional de Camargue

    Mas du Pont de Rousty
    13200 Arles

  • Transport means

    On foot

  • Distance

    15km

  • Duration

    1 day

  • Phone

    • 04 90 97 10 40
  • Website

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