Petite Camargue Alsacienne
Located to the south of the region, Petite Camargue in Alsace is the oldest nature reserve in the region. It was founded in the mid-19th century. At this time, the aim was to reintroduce species into the wetlands. Today, it is a fantastic place to observe flora and fauna. There are no less than 40 species of trees, 180 species of bird, 16 batrachians and 40 types of dragonflies.
From mid-August to October, you can observe migratory birds as they stop to rest for a few days before continuing their journey. On their way from northern Europe, hundreds of storks and birds of prey stop over here!
In the summer during European bat night, you can observe bats in their natural habitat, but the site is open all year round for you to discover at your own pace or on a guided tour, along the 3 sign-posted trails.
Vidéo Tripadvisor Languages spoken French, German, Type of site to visit House of Nature, Natural site, Package visits offered Free visit, Guided tour for groups, Length of visit/event 2h30 min, Durée de la visite (min) 150 Catering on spot Drinks, Audience concerned Families,
Opening hours Le site est accessible à tout moment en respectant la réglementation en vigueur
Distance (km) à la gare la plus proche 0,5 Accessibility By bus,