Hiking in Figuerolles

Sport Pedestrian sports Hiking itinerary
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
  • Boucle de Figuerolles
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Nature is often very beautiful here and the farm animals can be seen very closely. What magic to see the gaze of children resting, sometimes for the first time, on curious, majestic animals.
Walking trail for exploring the farming activity in the Grand Parc de Figuerolles. Circular route along Étang de Berre.

In detail : Natural and rural landscapes.

The Parc de Figuerolles Mediterranean gardens are located on the site of the former Sunhary de Verville family estate. The plantations are organised in 6 gardens, grouped by their resistance to drought. The site of about 2 hectares includes almost 300 plant species representative of flora adapted to the Mediterranean climate, as well as 27 native plant species such as Aleppo pine and evergreen oak, and other species introduced by the Sunhary de Verville family including yucca, crepe myrtle and oleander.

Rural houses and other buildings built by farmers, which featured on the land registry from 1817, can still be seen in the park. The houses were used by the owners and/or in some cases for the larger houses, their farming staff. The largest stretches over 3 plots. It had a surface area of 279 m2. It is the large farm that belonged to the Marine Captain Ytier in 1817.
Opening period (s)All year round between 6 am and 8 pm.

Subject to favorable weather.
Practical information
  • Route :
    • Route
    • Distance (km) : 6
    • Daily duration (minutes) : 150
    • Route : 125
  • Parking :
    • Coach parking
    • Free car park
  • Visits :
    • you can visit it
  • Services :
    • Pets welcome
  • Levels of sporting experience :
    • Level green –very easy
Facilities, services, amenities
  • Leisure facilities :
    • Picnic area
    • Play area
  • Environments :
    • Pond within 5 km
    • Close to GR footpath
  • Individual tour services :
    • Unguided individual tours available permanently
  • Restaurants :
    • Restaurant


Free of charge.
Hiking in Figuerolles
Parc de Figuerolles
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    • French
Boucle de Figuerolles
Parc de Figuerolles
GPS coordinates
Latitude : 43.435572
Longitude : 5.042616
Access condition: Between June 1 and September 30, access to forest areas is regulated by prefectural decree and may be by municipal decree, for your safety and the preservation of sensitive sites. Before following your “stroll desires”, call 0811 20 13 13. Each day, you will be able to find out if the site where you want to walk is free access all day, open only in the morning, or completely closed. Depending on the weather conditions, the “forest fire” danger level (orange-red-black) is known no later than 6 pm for the next day.



The visit takes place on the Figuerolles plateau from the main entrance of the Park to the ruin of the Restanques overlooking the pond of Berre.
    • Route : Aller / Itinerance
The large park of Figuerolles is a territory of 130 hectares, where past agricultural activities have left many traces in terms of rural heritage and ...
  • Route :
    • Daily duration (minutes) : 120


Pedestrian sports Hiking itinerary
The Entre mer et Étang trail, open to the Mediterranean Sea, bordered by the hills and the banks of the Étang de Berre, at the gateway to the Camargue, is 38 km long.
  • Route :
    • Distance (km) : 36.59