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Protecting nature

The Park has been founded on an outstanding perimeter – partly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. One of its priorities is to protect the biodiversity harboured within it for future generations. The Park carries out targeted action on such emblematic species as the common tern. It also helps to protect and restore sites.

In landscape matters, the Park supports municipalities in managing the displays they put up, erecting entrance signs into urban areas or promoting urban areas. But it also takes an ecological approach to the landscape by getting local authorities aware of and involved in the need to protect nature spots and their continuities. It has made a Guide to plantations, available on its website, which gives inhabitants a range of solutions for laying out their gardens.