5 km stroll across the marsh of Blonville-sur-mer lasting about 2,5 hours to discover this humid coastal area, and observe birds (passerines, waders).
Please wear proper shoes and take a pair of binoculars with you if possible.
Registration at Blonville Tourisme (15 people max.)
Meeting at the car park of rue Marcelle Haricot, next to the CocciMarket Minimarket.

26 October
Rue Marcelle HaricotBLONVILLE-SUR-MER

Bird-watching stroll: the birds of the marsh

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The Pôle Animations et Sports InDeauville and the municipality of Blonville-sur-Mer are glad to invite you to the “Jardins et Terroir en fête” event. This event is held on the market square and in the city centre (rue Marcel Lechanteur).

It is addressed to gardening lovers. Both children and adults are welcomed in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
October is the perfect month for planting and cutt...

27 October
Place du marchéBLONVILLE-SUR-MER

9th edition of Jardins et Terroir en fête!

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Opening of the Parc des Enclos for the “Jardins et Terroir en fête!” event.

This 34-ha park was acquired in 1937 by Calouste Gulbenkian. It is situated behind the Mont-Canisy.
Around 1930, oil magnate Calouste Gulbenkian acquires the Domaine des Enclos, including a castle and a park dating back to the XVII and XVIII centuries. He destroyed the castle and entrusted to Achille Duchêne the design of...

27 October

Opening of the Calouste Gulbenkian Park

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Trip in the nature.

Who are waders? They are small wading birds feeding themselves in the mud. Their beak and feet are perfectly adjusted to their needs. Discover the surprising turnstones, oystercatcher and curlews!

Appointment at 2 pm in the car park of the watersports centre.
Duration: 2,5 hours.
Upon reservation.

24 November

Who are waders?

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Bird-watching trip to discover beach birds.

The objective of this activity is observing the birds found in our beaches and on the sea surface and learn how to identify them.
The participants meet on the beaches of Blonville and Bénerville. Actually, these two beaches are slightly different: the sand found on the beach of Blonville attracts some species of birds, and the rocks found on the beach...

26 December
Blonville-sur-Mer TourismeBLONVILLE-SUR-MER

Bird-watching trip: Beach birds

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