Les Basses Eaux

Natural heritage, 

GRAINVILLE-LA-TEINTURIERE

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Forty-five hectares (111 acres), in the heart of the Durdent Valley, between the villages of Le Hanouard and Grainville-la-Teinturière, consisting in meadows, woods and lakes: the Basses Eaux site offer a breath of fresh air and a green-space experience. Miraculously preserved over the years, it is home to numerous remarkable species of plants and animals.
In addition to the typical flora and fauna you can usually see in the forest or around lakes and ponds, you will be able to see particularly rare and fragile species: orchids, bats and a wide range of invertebrates. The path around the wet meadows crosses the Durdent Valley Cycle Route and borders the lakes, where fish, insects, as well as herons and other animals of this ecosystem gather.

Prices

Free for all

Services

Sittings

  • Groups welcome