Put on your boots and take your binoculars with you! The Marquenterre Park is a bird park located in the Somme Bay. It is 250 hectares of marshes, forests and dunes where more than 300 species of migratory birds live. Among them, you will probably have the chance to meet some species such as swans or gulls for example.
You can decide to visit the park on your own by following the signposted routes. During your walk, you will find several animal observation posts where you can stop to take your time and observe the surroundings.
If you choose a guided tour, the naturalist guides will be there to tell you everything you need to know about this protected area and the way of life of its small inhabitants. Many themed activities are also regularly organised in the park. For example, it is possible to take part in an animal photography course, an outing accompanied by a tasting of local products or a special outing during high tides. All of this accompanied by professionals who love their territory.
Practical information to prepare your visit to the Marquenterre Park:
The park is open all year round except on January 1st and December 25th. Opening times vary according to the time of year, so we recommend that you consult them before your visit. Concerning the prices, admission to the park for an adult is €10.50 and for children (up to 16 years old) it is €7.90. Admission is free for children under 6 years of age.
You can even book your visit in advance directly on the official website of the Marquenterre Park!