In the interests of protecting the environment and natural habitats, a voluntary quiet zone is in effect from 15th April to 15th September (when wildlife is at its most vulnerable). This concerns the area between the lakes of Ilay, Petit Maclu and Grand Maclu, as well as La Motte island and the lakeside areas. The idea is to limit our impact on the landscape, water resources, biodiversity and the quality of the living environment.
In concrete terms, here's what you can do to help the environment:
- Walkers are requested to stay on the many waymarked paths, from which you can see all of the site's most beautiful spots
- Lighting fires, camping and swimming are strictly prohibited.
- To avoid disturbing wildlife, watersports are also forbidden (exception anglers holding a fishing permit)
- It is strongly encouraged to keep dogs on a lead.