National park destination
France's national parks are exceptional protected natural areas, on land and at sea.
Healing and discovery spaces accessible to all and free of charge, they attract more than 8 million visitors each year.
At the gates of Marseille, the Calanques national park allows you to discover the Mediterranean in a different way. All year round, it welcomes a large public in search of strong experiences in contact with nature.
South of the Massif Central, the Cévennes National Park declines its richness and biodiversity to the rhythm of its massifs, valleys and gorges with exceptional landscapes and large open and forested spaces!
Paradise for hikers and mountaineers, the Ecrins National Park is the link between the Southern Alps and the Northern Alps. Between Gap, Grenoble and Briançon, the massif owes its fame to its 150 summits culminating at more than 3000m.
Last born of the national parks,
it extends over the lands of Champagne and Burgundy, straddling the Côte d´Or and Haute-Marne. It is the first and only French national park dedicated to the forest and its inhabitants.
Bordering Brazil, it is one of the largest protected areas in the world. Bounded by two large rivers, the Oyapock in the east and the Maroni in the west, it is home to one of the richest areas on the planet in terms of biodiversity.
Reunion Island National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It owes the richness of its landscapes and its biodiversity to the wide variety of climates, reliefs and soils present on the island
The coastal and marine insular character of the Port-Cros National Park is unique in the world. "Port-Cros", "Porquerolles", "Le Levant", the only name of its islands is already an invitation to travel through space and time ...