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Regulations and legislation

A nature reserve is not a place like any other. Its primary function is to guarantee the protection of the fauna and flora that occurs within its limits.

Strict regulations are applied on the site, which must be respected by its visitors. These are made obvious by the presence of green pictograms with red edges.

However, since each area on the reserve has its own particular vulnerability, these regulations may be more flexible in which case they are indicated by entirely green pictograms. Similar signs are also used to give specific indications (directions, accessibility...)

Discreet behaviour assures that visitors make the most of their time without causing any disturbance to wildlife; leaving no trace of their visit is a mark of respect.

 

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