Extérieur de la Maison du Parc à Tende

Maison du Parc national du Mercantour - Roya and Bévéra Valley

Tourism institutions, Reception and information desk in Tende
  • The Maison du Parc is a reception and information center for the public, offering tourist documentation, a store, exhibitions, screenings and events linked to the natural and cultural heritage of the Mercantour National Park.

  • Tende's tourist information office is home to a permanent exhibition, conferences, workshops for adults and children and film screenings on biodiversity.

    The exhibition is a fun place to explore through the senses:
    - animal footprints
    - photographs of flora and fauna
    - plant wall made of felt
    - tree barks
    - recognition of animals through hidden doors
    - local minerals and rocks (Tende green stone, granite, etc.)
    - thematic maps, the relationship between wolves and herds, natural...
    Tende's tourist information office is home to a permanent exhibition, conferences, workshops for adults and children and film screenings on biodiversity.

    The exhibition is a fun place to explore through the senses:
    - animal footprints
    - photographs of flora and fauna
    - plant wall made of felt
    - tree barks
    - recognition of animals through hidden doors
    - local minerals and rocks (Tende green stone, granite, etc.)
    - thematic maps, the relationship between wolves and herds, natural beauty tips, wool processing, a cross-border linguistic approach... these are just some of the subjects covered.
    Park staff and nature specialists regularly organise discussions and meetings with the public.
  • Environment
    • Station district
    • Close to a public transportation
    • Village centre
  • Spoken languages
    • English
    • French
    • Italian
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
  • Activities
    • Pedestrian sports
    • Hike on foot
    • Botanical
    • Restoration sites
    • Fauna - flora
    • Geology
    • Board games
    • Bee-keeping
    • Crafts
    • Arts
    • Plastic arts
    • Audiovisual/media
    • Discovery
    • Environment
    • History
    • Tradition/folklore
    • Water
    • Photography
    • Floral art
    • Creative hobbies
    • Heritage
  • Equipment
    • Charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Services
    • Pets welcome
    • Booking
    • Tourist brochures
    • Tourist information
    • Booking of general amenities
    • Booking of excursions
    • Educational documentation
Openings
Openings
  • From January 1, 2024 until May 31, 2024
    Closed On Sunday
  • From June 1, 2024 until August 31, 2024
    Open Everyday
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