The Counselor marshes extend as far as the eye can see, over more than 600 ha. Between salted basins, formerly used for the production of salt and today for the production of prawns and oysters, and wet meadows where cows and horses graze like in a small Camargue, they offer very open landscapes with few hedges and of trees. Water is omnipresent there, in large basins or small ponds, imprisoned between the channels or spreading freely in the meadows. Located on the invisible migratory path of birds, the marsh is of great flora and fauna diversity.

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