A protected natural space
Located on one of the most important migratory routes in Europe, the Bay of Arcachon is an essential stopover for migratory birds.
260 species of birds
Located on one of the most important migratory routes in Europe, the Bay of Arcachon is an essential stopover for migratory birds. Teich Ornithological Nature Reserve, a Protected, Developed Natural Area, welcomes and supports these wild birds. Open to the public all year round, you can observe the different species that cross the Bay whatever the time of year, thanks to landscaped routes and guided tours. Reedbeds, meadows, maritime marshes and lagoons, a genuine little corner of paradise for 260 species of birds. Ideal for nesting, Grey Heron, Black-backed Gull, White Stork, Black-winged Stilt, Lesser Plover and many other species live together in the same place!
The reserve is open from 10.00am every day of the year
Prices: €9.20/adult and €7/child from 5 to 14 years old. Dogs and bicycles not allowed.