Fête de la Nature en Seine-et-Marne (77) 2024: good ideas for free outings

Published by My de Sortiraparis, Manon de Sortiraparis · Photos by My de Sortiraparis · Published on May 25th, 2024 at 07:07 a.m.
The Fête de la Nature is back for its 2024 edition, from May 22 to 26. In Seine-et-Marne, there's a whole host of great programs waiting for you. Let's consult, equip ourselves and get the kids on board!

The Fête de la Nature returns to Paris and the Ile-de-France region! From May 22 to 26, 2024, families and groups of friends are expected in the parks, squares and gardens of Paris and Ile-de-France for a multitude offree events open to all. It's a not-to-be-missed event for enthusiasts and the curious!

In Seine-et-Marne, too, the program is mouth-watering: on the agenda are wetland discovery outings and fun, festive events. Various activities are organized to highlight the rich flora and fauna of these little-known environments, and their crucial role in the ecosystem.

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Fête de la Nature 2024 in Seine-et-Marne (77), the program :

Also on the program

  • Chartrettes: Friday May 24 - Parvis de la Mairie
    Botanical stroll
    The town of Chartrettes offers a botanical stroll through the streets of the town, led by the association Sauvage par Nature. A unique opportunity to learn how to recognize local plants.

  • La Madeleine-sur-Loing: Saturday May 25 - La Prairie des Glandelles
    Naturalistic walk
    Immerse yourself in nature during a naturalistic walk in the Glandelles meadow. Discover local biodiversity in the company of enthusiastic guides.

  • Gurcy-le-Châtel: Saturday, May 25 - l'Épi de Gurcy
    Nature walk
    Explore the natural riches of the Bassée-Montois region on this fun-filled walk. An opportunity to understand the importance of conserving these areas.

  • Saint-Fiacre: Saturday May 25 - Along the Dhuys
    Nature explorers (6-14 yrs)
    Young explorers, equipped with binoculars, magnifying glasses and boxes, will set off to discover the natural world around them. An educational adventure for children aged 6 to 14.

  • Congis-sur-Thérouanne: Sunday May 26 - Réserve naturelle Régionale Grand-Voyeux
    Orchids, a colorful season
    Orchis militaire, Ophrys abeille, Platanthère verdâtre... these are just some of the wild orchid species that grace the meadows of the Grand-Voyeux. Come and admire them in the company of a botanist during the Fête de la Nature.

  • Chelles: Saturday, May 25 - Cultural and historical walk at Mont Guichet
    During this guided walk, you'll discover a stunning panorama and learn more about the history and biodiversity of this multifaceted site, where walkers and farmers rub shoulders. The 3 km circuit has some tricky slopes, so we recommend you bring walking shoes and a stick for balance. Meet at the parking lot at the intersection of rue du Bel Air and Vieux Chemin de Paris in Chelles. Reserve your place via the Ile-de-France Nature website: Ile-de-France Nature.

  • Fontainebleau: May 22 to 26
    • Night Hike
      Night hiking offers a unique experience where all our senses are awakened. Hearing picks up the slightest crackling of branches and the songs of nocturnal birds, while the sense of smell perceives scents accentuated by humidity. Contrary to what you might think, our vision adapts to the darkness, enabling us to observe nocturnal animals. This activity is accessible to all, provided there are no contraindications to the physical effort required for hiking.
    • Wild edible plant outing: May 23, 2pm to 5:30pm
      The outing will be led by François Thevenon, mycologist and specialist in wild edible plants. As part of the Fête de la Nature, he'll introduce you to edible plants that are accessible to all! The grounds of the Château de Fontainebleau are full of surprises.

Discover the full program for Fête de la Nature 2024 in Seine-et-Marne and throughout France! Don't forget to reserve for certain events. Register for certain events, put on your good shoes, open your eyes and ears wide, and let yourself be guided along the trails of the Espaces naturels sensibles de la Seine-et-Marne. Discover the unsuspected natural treasures of your region and enjoy convivial moments with family and friends.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From May 22th, 2024 to May 26th, 2024

× Approximate opening times: to confirm opening times, please contact the establishment.


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