The Mugel Park spreads all around the Bec de l'Aigle and offers a lush vegetation.
In this quite mineral environment consisting of poudingues (pebble conglomerate), the park actually appears as an unexpected oasis with its palm trees, rose gardens, vineyards ... You'll also find lilac, chestnut or abundant bamboo.
This lush flora benefits from a great recycling system of rainwater stored in deep pools.
Apart from an area especially organized for picnic or children's games, and some villas or cottages, the place keeps a pretty wild character. Its different spaces bring their share of surprises and beautifull views that justify a several hours walk.
Finally, it would be a shame not to climb the path that rises up to 82 meters to reach the viewpoint of the Bec de l'Aigle and enjoy the breathtaking view onto the Big Blue Sea which extends to infinity.