La Briere wildlife reserve
Buried deep in a thick cloak of silence during winter, rustling during summer with its a hair of reeves, iris and willows, the Regional natural Park of Brière is ranked as second biggest marsh of France.
There can be found soft water marshes, offering a landscape of stubble, creeks and islets, which can be explored on foot, by carriage or barges (punting).
Listed since 1996, the salt marshes are an exceptional heritage.
Today in the salt marshes, we have about 250 salt producers, who harvest 12,000 tons of salt per year
* See the document: What are the salt marshes?
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