The Monts d’Azur Biological Reserve is an animal reserve near Nice, Cannes (50 km) and Grasse (30 km). There you can find ancestral and amazing species of European fauna living side by side: European Bison, deer, wild boar, Przewalski’s horse, roe deer, chamois, golden eagle, griffon vulture and Cinereous … and many more.
In total, there are several hundred species wandering the 700 hectares of the Reserve offering many habitats, where they hide from the gaze of visitors!
In the middle of this animal reserve, human beings are only guests who attends, in all seasons, the daily life of some of the European fauna and the role it plays in the dynamics of the ecosystems. It is a testimony of complex natural phenomena to awaken the visitors’ curiosity and encourage respect for nature.
The Biological Reserve of the Monts d’Azur is also a veritable mosaic of surprising and fascinating environments: rocky cliffs (Summit of the Aiglo at an altitude of 1700 m), natural meadows, remarkable woods…).