Walking here is full of surprises. The parc is based in a UNESCO world heritage site, with the amazing Gorges de Dorbie next door and is also within the Regional Nature Park of the Grand Causses, where the landscape features deep gorges and river valleys, which are full of wild flowers and orchids in spring. That’s when you should also look out for the many birds arriving from Africa; Bonelli's Warbler, the Honey Buzzard and the Red Backed Shrike are just a few of the glorious creatures you’ll find here during spring and summer. Nearby, Griffon Vultures fly above the gorges, and bright coloured blue and green lizards bask in the sun. If that isn’t enough to tempt you, there are also rare orchids, wild Mediterranean flowers and hundreds of butterflies to spot, making this a paradise for every walker and lover of wildlife.
If you like to walk with like-minded people, the parc offer their own free guided walking tours run by an English guide from the end of May to the end of June (exact dates to be confirmed).
A full programme is available on the parc and bookings are made at the main parc reception.