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PRACTICAL INFORMATION

ESSENTIAL INFO

OPENING TIMES

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Attention  Closing the ticket offic : 2 hours before the closing of the site

NATURE SHOP

  LA MAISON DU PARC  
Nature shop
A range of Nature products to discover for young and old: gift ideas, games and toys, bookshop, decorations, local products, souvenirs...
Learn about the birds: books, Baie de Somme Nature CDs, decorations, fragrances and local "sea buckthorn" products.

ACCESSIBILITY

Accessibility
Car park
5 spaces reserved for people with disabilities are located in the Parc du Marquenterre car park. A 150-metre path then leads to the Maison du Parc where the ticket office, shop and restaurant are located, as well as toilets.

Park House
People with disabilities benefit from a specific access queue at the ticket office where they will be welcomed by aware and trained staff.

Park visit
The 6-kilometre course is completely laid out in compacted Marquise sand, allowing easy access for people in wheelchairs and strollers. The person in a wheelchair must be accompanied because there is a first climb at the start of the route. The rest of the path is then completely flat.
The shortcut via post n°9 is not recommended because a sandy area is difficult to cross in a wheelchair.
Posts n°1, n°3, n°5 and n°6 offer openings suitable for people in wheelchairs for bird watching. The Parc du Marquenterre regularly develops new openings to make the course more and more accessible to all.
Post no. 13, otherwise known as La Héronnière, is also easily accessible by wheelchair and allows unobstructed observation.
Wheelchairs can be made available on request at the Park reception.

Horse-drawn carriage tour

We offer guided horse-drawn carriage outings in the Bay of Somme on the maritime part of the Nature Reserve. These outings are accessible to everyone, including people in wheelchairs up to a maximum of 2 wheelchairs in the carriage.
For any questions or reservations, do not hesitate to contact us directly by calling 03 22 25 68 99 then pressing 3 (every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and until 7 p.m. from April to September).

FOOD AND PICNIC

Food and picnic
Food available on site.

PRICES

Prices
Adult: 12€
Reduced entry for adults (student, job seeker, member of a nature protection association): €10.80
Adult with a disability: €8.40

Child (from 6 to 17 years old inclusive): €8.60
Reduced entry for children (member of a nature protection association): €7.80
Child with a disability: €6
Free for children 6 and under

Family package (2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult + 3 children): €35.10
(additional child: €7.30)

Rental of binoculars and strollers: €5

Subscription card (access all year round during site opening hours): €45 adult / €30 child

TO NOTE

A detailed map of the site will be given to you before you enter the course.


MEANS OF PAIEMENT
          

USEFUL INFORMATION

Useful information
- Public toilet and baby exchange at the Maison du Parc
- Dry toilets mid-way
- Free parking for buses / cars / camper vans – bike racks
- Tourist information point: check out the documentation for the sites to visit in Baie de Somme
- Binocular hire point
- Dogs, even on a leash, are not allowed in the Nature Reserve and Parc du Marquenterre.
- It is forbidden to picnic in the Nature Reserve and on the course.
- The route is only on foot

HIKING START POINT

Hiking start point
Parc du Marquenterre is the starting point of cycling excursions and walks to discover the essential sites of the Baie de Somme: the seaside resorts of Crotoy, Quend-Plage and Fort-Mahon-Plage, the town of Rue...
On site : bike tour map, restaurant and bar open to cyclists wishing to take a break

BIKE CIRCUIT IN BAIE DE SOMME
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More info on the bike circuits in Baie de Somme

WALKS
in Rue 
in Fort-Mahon-Plage
Free parking  Camper Car Parking  Dog not allowed even on a leash  Accueil vélo Label  

JOIN US

Parc du Marquenterre
25 bis chemin des Garennes
80120 Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont

Phone : 03 22 25 68 99
GPS : N 50.26406° - E 1.58569

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