Plan your visit

COVID 19 informations

July 11, 2022
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The vaccine pass is not mandatory anymore to access the zoo and wearing a mask is no longer compulsory in enclosed places.


Plan du Zoo de la Palmyre

Food and drinks

From Easter to All Saints Day: bar, fast-food (hot-dogs, sandwiches, crêpes), crêperie (galettes and salads), cold drink machines, ice-creams.


Picnicking is allowed on the benches located along the pathway and on the sea lion and bird bleachers out of presentation times. You can also enjoy a picnic outside the zoo: don’t forget to get a hand stamp as you leave the park so that we will let you back in to carry on with your visit.

Please note that picnics are not allowed on the tables at our catering points!


Looking for a gift to please your children or a souvenir from the zoo?

Our shop welcomes you nearby the Asian Small-clawed otter enclosure, close to the zoo entrance.

The zoo gift shop is open from Eastern to All Saints Day from 10am to 7pm.

Visitors with limited mobility

The zoo is wheelchair accessible. However, please be aware that it is located on hilly terrain with some important drops. The zoo extends over 18ha and the pathway on 4.5km. Visitors in non-motorized wheel-chairs will need the assistance of an accompanying carer. Wheelchairs can be rented at the drugstore in La Palmyre: (0033) 546 224 082.

Parking places for visitors with disabilities are located on the parking lot P1, near the zoo entrance.
Visitors with limited mobility can be dropped off at the bus stop located in front of the zoo entrance.