The second most visited site in Occitania, the Seaquarium sees good attendance for its summer season.
These are not siren songs that emanate from the Grau-du-Roi aquarium, but alerts that should alarm and help avoid pitfalls so as not to sink into the abyss. Jean-Marc Groul, the director of the Seaquarium, explains: “By coming here, we learn, we discover, but we also act and share. We raise public awareness inside and outside, we lead scientific research missions on the marine environment”.
The playful and interactive site knows how to retain the public, with “innovations, novelties to bring the public back, you have to be always in action”, specifies the director. If you want to see the sea for a long time, as Charles Trenet describes it, you have to be aware of the fragility of its beauty.