LE HAVRE

When the Black Rocks tell each other

Diving into a tropical sea or discovering extinct species, here is a very attractive program for a winter Sunday. Did you know that the cliffs of Roches Noires tell us the history of Normandy over several million years? On this foreshore, ancient fossils and current species come together and compare the biodiversity of yesterday and today. By pacing this rich coastline with curiosity you will go from surprises to surprises. Here a fossilized coral while an oyster pie hears, further a mold attached to the petrified footprint of a shell of 150 million years. One step after another, embark on a real journey through time.
See you in Villerville
From 7 years old - duration 2h30 - adult rates 5 €, child 3 €
Provide boots and warm clothes
Reservation required at 02 35 24 80 01 or at communication@maisondelestuaire.org
Contact details

When the Black Rocks tell each other

Réserve de l'estuaireAire de la baie de Seine

76600 LE HAVRE

Phone : 02 35 24 80 01

Booking

Obligatory for individuals

Fixed telephone :

Opening times

Sunday 17/02/2019
From 14:00

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Nature and relaxation

Nature and relaxation, Nature, For children, Hikes/Walks