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Open from March 30th. to Novembre 3th. 2018 More details on our website Since its opening in 1976, NaturOparC is involved in the conservation of local threatened species... Listen to the free white storks colony, dive with the european otters...more
Interesting place if you have never seen a stork close up. The stork nests are amazing and can be quite heavy.Look for the nests as you drive to the park. We went here a part of a river cruise but I would only visit if...More
Went here as part of an included river boat tour. Not much here, some picnic tables, a small souvenir shop. Weather the day we went was cold and raining. Unless you’re really into storks, skip it. Ten minutes was enough time
We were 4 adults and 4 children under 10. Very nice setting with picnic areas (bring your own picnic) and a cafeteria. For anyone who speaks French, it is extremely informative. However there is little attempt to cater for non-French speakers, despite the fact that...More
I visited this park with my teenage daughters (14 and 16) and we all enjoyed the opportunity to see many storks and stork nests at close range. The park is pleasant for a leisurely stroll, and there are various other animals to see (eg geese,...More
This is a great stop for kids over the age of about 4. Wonderful things to see and do. I enjoyed learning about storks and seeing them in all stages (they have nest with young storks one-day old, two days, a week, three weeks, etc.)...More
It is a very nice place to go with children. There are many animals to see and a couple if shows that will complete the visit. There a nice place to eat or have just a pause and interact with storks as they come to...More