Sentier de l’Anguille Protected Area

Natural heritage, 


Cigognes © CD27
D. laxiflora© CD27
La Risle Maritime© CD27, KL
Marais de St Sulpice ©Loïc Pilon
loic pilon
La Risle Maritime© CD27, S. Bachelot
Couple de Cigognes© CD27
Risle Maritime© CD27, KL
D.laxiflora© CD27
Risle Maritime© CD27, S. Bachelot

Follow the footsteps of storks and Camargue horses in the Pays Risle Estuaire.
The "Sentier de l'Anguille" (Eel Path) (leaving from the town hall in Saint-Sulpice-de-Grimbouville) takes you for 3 kilometres (1.8 miles) in the heart of the marshes of the Risle Maritime river and will allow you to learn more about the site thanks to educational and fun stops. You will be able to see stork nests, Camargue horses, Aubrac cattle, yellow iris, etc. This Sensitive Natural Area is part of the network of nature conservation sites because of its ecological interest and fragility. Brochure available at the Tourist Information Centre in Beuzeville.


Free for all



  • Animals welcome
  • Groups welcome