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The park is extensive, and it is perfectly possible to explore without taking a barge trip or a guided tour, if you are so minded. There are lots of byways to explore, and the rangers station has maps if you feel your own mapping isn’t...More
Going on a "barque" with a guide is such a beautiful way to discover the nature and history of the "marais de briere." The landscape is gorgeous. The trip lasts about 45 min(9euros per person) with a very interesting guide who drives the boat both...More
We didn't have much time but the area is interesting if you like a bit of nature and history.
There are some nice places to walk and the history and activities here are fascinating. It's a bit run down and at the time of our...More
We had been given a leaflet detailing all the birds we could expect to see in the Briere National Park and discovered there were excursions by barge with an English commentary, so we went in the morning and booked to go on an exclusion by...More
We spent about half a day visiting the Parc and one of our stops was Kerhinet which was stop #4 on the drive suggested by our guide book .
This is a restored village from the middle of the 1800’s. All of the buildings in...More
Staying with daughter and family, including 3 young children, we need activities to suit all. The marshes at Briere were perfect. The sunshine helped. Gliding silently through the marshes, with herons, geese, butterflies and so much more, whilst the punter gave a knowledgeable commentary n...More