Created 6 September 1991, the National Nature Reserve Island Rhinau covers about 311 hectares. National nature reserves, along with many national parks, the regulatory safeguards strongest in France. They all pursue the same objective, that of preservation and knowledge of natural heritage.
In the nature reserve Island Rhinau forest environments, and aquatic herbaceous overlap in a mosaic. Ponds, reedbeds, wet meadows, streams are all havens for dragonflies, frogs, fish and birds. Enjoy a visit with the guide of the nature reserve to explore these landscapes.