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Le village des Tortues, Gonfaron
The 2 hectare (5 acre) Le village des Tortues was established in 1998 to protect the Hermann Tortoise. Today, this village provides shelter for more than 2500 tortoises. You can observe the creatures and explore the tortoise clinics, nurseries, and hatcheries. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Le village des Tortues by using our Gonfaron itinerary planner.
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Une journée en famille réussie! Ça fait plaisir de voir des tortues dans leur habitacle nature, c'est une jolie promenade dans leurs univers.A successful family day! It's nice to see turtles in their nature cabin, it's a nice walk in their universe.show original
Du fait que cet endroit ne soit pas un zoo, cela nous invite à être plus indulgent sur l'infrastructure, à porter un regard protecteur sur ces hôtes et reconnaissant sur les soigneurs. Bénévoles ! Soi... read more »The fact that this place is not a zoo, this invites us to be more lenient on infrastructure, to be protective on these hosts and grateful on healers. Volunteers! Adorable ultra healers available, interesting short. Turtles hide, move, mate (under the eye stunned and disgusted with children (mdr)). Be instructed, is observed and we chat: a great afternoon! Thank you.show original
C'est la troisième fois que l'on y va car les enfants adorent ces petites bêtes... Le travail effectué par les soigneurs est remarquable car en plus de préserver les différentes espèces ils remettent ... read more »This is the third time that one go because children love these small animals... The work done by healers is remarkable because in addition to preserving the species they back on foot those injured by road and other gear... End-of-visit the shop allows you to take some souvenirs for next time...show original
Joel RobicVery good time in family to discover many species of turtles. Caution This is not a park or a zoo but an association that protects a protected species. The fare is before any support to the preservation of a species!show original
FRANCK B.I went yesterday to visit the site. I spent a very pleasant moment. I discovered varieties of turtles which I never even suspected the existence. Volunteers are very friendly. Turtles are in a natural and very well maintained environment. See and review. A nice souvenir.show original
Clothilde CañadaBeautiful promenade or we can discover a beautiful diversity of turtle. Through the work of volunteers turtles are neat, breed, and are then released. The rate is highly justified.show original
Lod PruinVery nice visit, volunteers smiling. Remains a non-profit Park first and foremost.show original
Soso MamieThe 4 stars are for turtles that resident the bottom! Not maintained! A guide that will has 300 l time to visit! Turtle d hermann if deemed has disappeared from this place and the worst in all this c is that large sick turtles are in trays enfermees (almost) for lair... In a space of 2etees square!show original
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