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The Brouage marshes through the ages

Nature and relaxation ,  Guided tour ,  initiation / discovery during an event ,  Storytelling walk ,  Nature festival in La Gripperie-Saint-Symphorien
  • - 2pm to 3pm: coffee reception and presentation of the history of the Brouage marshes

    - 3pm to 5pm: guided walk with the Obios association (association for the conservation of biodiversity), from the hillsides to the marshes, giving you the opportunity to discover the remarkable nature of the site and the actions being taken to protect the European pond turtle, the emblematic water turtle of the marshes, which is on the brink of extinction.

    To accompany the walk, 17 ‘Prises de terre’...
    - 2pm to 3pm: coffee reception and presentation of the history of the Brouage marshes

    - 3pm to 5pm: guided walk with the Obios association (association for the conservation of biodiversity), from the hillsides to the marshes, giving you the opportunity to discover the remarkable nature of the site and the actions being taken to protect the European pond turtle, the emblematic water turtle of the marshes, which is on the brink of extinction.

    To accompany the walk, 17 ‘Prises de terre’ photographic portraits by the Compagnie Les Journaliers (Samantha Bertrand) will be set up in the open air along the route.

    - 5pm to 6pm: sharing and discussion with the organisers over a snack and two art exhibitions on the theme of the fauna and flora of the marsh (photographic and pictorial).

    Booking essential: 06 24 25 14 56
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Not accessible in a wheelchair
Schedules
Schedules
  • On May 25, 2024 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM