It's impossible to go for a walk in Luc without passing through the famous Whale Park. This charming place is one of our region's must-see sites. 

A huge whale skeleton (the symbol of the Goblins) is on display at the entrance. For the more curious among us, a visit to the Maison de la Baleine (Whale House) is a must, a museum retracing the history of the elfin whale open during the spring holidays and in July/August. 

As we stroll through the park, we come across peacocks roaming freely here and ducks there. Further on, an aviary and farmyard animals... Let's not hesitate to head for the far end of the park... There are plenty of games for the children to play and make wonderful memories: the "faster, faster..." turnstile will make them lose their concentration. ." will make them lose their balance, the slide "I promise it's the last turn, but in the end it's impossible to resist going down again" and the swings "higher, higher ..." with the hope of managing to touch the clouds. Inevitably, the most complicated part of each visit is choosing which game to start with. While waiting for the children to discover all these structures, the older ones can take advantage of the benches set up next to the games to admire them running, swinging, climbing, sliding... and all in complete safety, as the park is entirely enclosed by walls.

Opening hours

Opening hours from 01/01/2024 to 31/03/2024 from 09h00 à 18h00
from 01/04/2024 to 30/05/2024 from 09h00 à 19h00
from 01/06/2024 to 30/09/2024 from 09h00 à 21h00
from 01/10/2024 to 31/12/2024 from 09h00 à 18h00


Contact / Find

  • Address: 45 Rue de la Mer, 14530 LUC-SUR-MER
  • Phone:
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