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Between land and sea: the Bagnas nature reserve Between Agde, Marseillan and Cap d'Agde, there is the Bagnas National Nature Reserve, which is about 5/8 km from my house (depending on where you are located on the reserve! and which may even be a little further away, if, like us, you manage to get lost between Agde and Marseillan!!!); but also the Canal du Midi, the Etang de Thau, and all kinds of larger or smaller, more or less salty pools of water.   The regulation of national nature reserves is very strict, and a protection perimeter (land, sea and/or air) is defined according to each territory. Also, to discover the Bagnas reserve, we had to wait for an animation. We didn't wait very long because there are guided tours every week, even several times a week in the summer. ...
Sylvie has tested for you an outing on board an old rig in Sète. Feedback on her experience We made a private outing of several hours on an old rig (well, two old rigs because there were 15 of us!) and it was a moment of grace out of time as we saw few of them. I was on Draug, a magnificent Norwegian rig from the beginning of the century. The sea, the sun, the view... a change of scenery guaranteed! The icing on the cake is that we had a picnic on the boat with top quality products (which I will tell you about in the next article). Anyway, besides, we had a great time. This happiness is within everyone's reach because Pierre and Pascale (pictured below) have created this association to help them discover, transmit and share their passion for traditional sailing. They buy a...
An ice cream from "La bouline"  "Their ice cream is homemade. But for real! No chemical powders mixed quickly-made with low-end milk.... The ingredients are carefully selected and the recipes are carefully prepared. As soon as I tasted my ice cream, my heart jumped for joy!"To go further Discover Mila's blog : http://www.lagalerie-blog.fr/
During her visit to the Thau Archipelago, Madi fell under the spell of Sète Admittedly, at first sight, Sète probably does not appear to be a cultural city, yet a lot is happening there. It is a city with a strong history and is dynamic. Fans of architecture and urban planning will be interested in the history of this city born at the same time as the Canal du Midi. The summer season offers a lot of possibilities, between song or jazz festivals in particular. The sea theatre where some of the concerts are held overlooks the water and must offer a breathtaking view. Not to mention, of course, George Brassens, who sang so much about his city, which now devotes a very beautiful space to him, which I enjoyed visiting a few years ago.But Sète is also a museum of modest arts wher...