Brière Natural Regional Park
44720 Saint-Joachim, France
About Brière Natural Regional Park
Brière Regional Natural Park is a well-preserved natural site which covers a total area of approximately 7,000 hectares. The Brière Regional Natural Park is the second largest marshland in France, containing a broad range of natural habitats.
Attractions near Brière Natural Regional Park
A 35-hectare zoo and botanical garden located in Le Guerno, Morbihan, Brittany, France. The park is open daily except in the winter season. The animals are freely roaming around the zoo and there is also a beautiful botanical garden too. There are so many varieties of wildlife living freely inside this zoo. There are so many rare species and also it gives information about the vast wildlife.
One of the beautiful lakes which was located in the heart of Brittany which is one of the major water sources of the area. Its source is in the hills between Corlay and Quintin. It flows generally southeast. You can spend some beautiful time on the banks of this river by fishing and also by other activities. You will enjoy the calm and quietly flowing river and its surroundings.
A beautiful castle which lies in the village of SArzeau. The castle has started as a Seigneurial manor which was managing an agricultural estate, later it has enlarged. It was located in the middle of a natural park of richness and diversity of rare activities. This majestic area now consists of the moated castle, a ruined chapel, a dovecote, and a few ruined outbuildings. One of the nice locations to visit and it is quite interesting too.
A natural harbour on the coast of the Département of Morbihan. you can discover megalithic secrets and half-timbered houses and take a walk along the banks of the Blavet and Scorff rivers. It is a listed Regional Nature Park and a member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club. It has some forty islands, each with its own particularities.
Île-d'Arz is a group of nine islands and is nestled in the heart of the Gulf of Morbihan, the island is still today a privileged place for water sports and navigation. One of the nice locations which are flourished with natural beauty and is also a nice picnic location too.
A beautiful island that was quite frail and fragile out in the Atlantic Ocean. It has a beautiful beach which was decorated with fine white sands and also it is a natural habitat for marine animals. There are also remains of the old fortifications and you can find out so many examples of the historical architecture from here. It is one of the ideal places to spend a vacation by enjoying the beach and these serene surroundings.
Where is Brière Natural Regional Park
Discover more attractions in Pays de la Loire, where Brière Natural Regional Park is located
Pays de la Loire is one of the 18 regions of France, in the west of the mainland. The region is more diverse, and has a long coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, forming the northern part of the Bay of Biscay, within the area known as the Vendée.