Natural heritage

RESERVE NATURELLE DE LA MASSANE
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
Situated on Argelès-sur-Mer territory, the National Nature Reserve of La Massane, also called forest of Les Couloumates, located in the eastermost part of Les Albères Mountains, stretches for 300ha, at altitudes between 600 and 1150m with Pic des 4 Termes as its highest point.
RESERVE NATURELLE NATIONALE DU MAS LARRIEU
Allée F. Buisson
BP 99
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
Situated to the north of Argelès-plage, being 145ha in area, the National Nature Reserve is one of the last wild natural sites of the plain and coastline of Roussillon.
PROMENADE DU FRONT DE MER
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
Among all the coastal towns of the Pyrénées-Orientales, Argelès-sur-Mer is the town that boasts the longest coastline: nearly 10 kilometres of coasts including 7 of sandy coast and 2 of rocky coves. The jewel of the seaside is the promenade that is parallel to the beach.

LE BOIS DE PINS
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
Argelès-sur-mer - the green resort - boasts over 8,000 hundred-year-old pine trees, among which 2,000 are found in the pine forest. It was in 1854, on the initiative of the town council that a 12-ha pine forest was planted on the seafront.
LE SENTIER LITTORAL
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
Argelès-sur-Mer coastline stretches for nearly 10 kilometres: 7km of sandy coast from the National Nature Reserve of Mas Larrieu to Le Racou, and 2km of rocky coast from Le Racou to the beach of l’Ouille.
LE PARC MUNICIPAL DE VALMY
66700, Argelès-sur-Mer
France
It is provides the most beautiful views over the town, beach, port and Albères Mountains overlooking it. From the panoramic viewpoint, you can admire the whole coastline in a site steeped in history.