Your visit to SEA LIFE

The Aquarium Zones

THE FRENCH COASTS

The Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines

With more than 5000 km of length, the French coasts are rich in varied biodiversity. Discover dozens of species from the most common to the most surprising, sometimes so difficult to observe in the natural environment, in a setting inspired by the Breton cliffs.

Shark Nursery

See real shark eggs in which future baby sharks develop, as well as the youngest of our boarders, just out of their protective shell.

Octopus

A kid's favourite, the octopus is a small animal that's fun and full of tricks. He may even stretch out a tentacle before your eyes!

Moray Eel

On the lookout for a prey in the crevices of the rocks, moray eels arise, threatening. Don't panic, these impressive fish are not dangerous for humans but their bite is nevertheless formidable.

Shark Nursery

See real shark eggs in which future baby sharks develop, as well as the youngest of our boarders, just out of their protective shell.

Shark Nursery

See real shark eggs in which future baby sharks develop, as well as the youngest of our boarders, just out of their protective shell.

Octopus

A kid's favourite, the octopus is a small animal that's fun and full of tricks. He may even stretch out a tentacle before your eyes!

Octopus

A kid's favourite, the octopus is a small animal that's fun and full of tricks. He may even stretch out a tentacle before your eyes!

Moray Eel

On the lookout for a prey in the crevices of the rocks, moray eels arise, threatening. Don't panic, these impressive fish are not dangerous for humans but their bite is nevertheless formidable.

Moray Eel

On the lookout for a prey in the crevices of the rocks, moray eels arise, threatening. Don't panic, these impressive fish are not dangerous for humans but their bite is nevertheless formidable.

Stingray Cove

The Aquarium Central Tank

A must-see basin of the aquarium: do not miss these majestic animals. The rays of the Atlantic will point the tip of their nose right before your eyes.

Ray Feeds

Every Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 pm!
Join us to observe these graceful creatures eat a piece of squid or shrimp.

A surprise encounter

Rays are curious and sociable animals. Take the time to admire them and they will point the tip of their nose just before your eyes!

The Atlantic species

Sweet Ray, Curly Ray, Melee Ray ... All are inhabitants of the Atlantic Ocean. 

Ray Feeds

Every Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 pm!
Join us to observe these graceful creatures eat a piece of squid or shrimp.

Ray Feeds

Every Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 2:30 pm!
Join us to observe these graceful creatures eat a piece of squid or shrimp.

A surprise encounter

Rays are curious and sociable animals. Take the time to admire them and they will point the tip of their nose just before your eyes!

A surprise encounter

Rays are curious and sociable animals. Take the time to admire them and they will point the tip of their nose just before your eyes!

The Atlantic species

Sweet Ray, Curly Ray, Melee Ray ... All are inhabitants of the Atlantic Ocean. 

The Atlantic species

Sweet Ray, Curly Ray, Melee Ray ... All are inhabitants of the Atlantic Ocean. 

THE ROCKPOOL

Discover Our Rockpool

Stroke the arm of a starfish, tickle the tentacles of a sea anemone or hold a small green crab in the palm of your hands. These animals are the inhabitants of the rocky ponds, the small puddles of water that form between the rocks when the tide recedes.

Touch a Starfish

Touch the arms of a starfish. What texture does this make you think of?

Get up close to a crab...

Overcome your apprehension: the younger ones will be able to caress the back of the small crab. As for the most courageous, they can try to take it in the hands with the help of a SEA LIFE member of staff !

Touch real eggs...

...of rays and sharks! Picked up in the tanks of the aquarium, you will be surprised by the look and texture of these shells called "Siren Bags".

Touch a Starfish

Touch the arms of a starfish. What texture does this make you think of?

Touch a Starfish

Touch the arms of a starfish. What texture does this make you think of?

Get up close to a crab...

Overcome your apprehension: the younger ones will be able to caress the back of the small crab. As for the most courageous, they can try to take it in the hands with the help of a SEA LIFE member of staff !

Get up close to a crab...

Overcome your apprehension: the younger ones will be able to caress the back of the small crab. As for the most courageous, they can try to take it in the hands with the help of a SEA LIFE member of staff !

Touch real eggs...

...of rays and sharks! Picked up in the tanks of the aquarium, you will be surprised by the look and texture of these shells called "Siren Bags".

Touch real eggs...

...of rays and sharks! Picked up in the tanks of the aquarium, you will be surprised by the look and texture of these shells called "Siren Bags".

THE HEART OF THE ATLANTIC

The Tunnel

Discover the biodiversity of the Atlantic Ocean by passing through our 360 ° tunnel. Sharks will swim by over your head!

Dogfish and catshark

These species of small spotted sharks will seduce you with their round muzzle and large cat eyes. However, they are not left out at the time of feeding and can swallow a good bite, an entire sardine!

Tope Sharks

See the largest sharks in the Atlantic basin. Easily recognizable by their slender body and prominent muzzle, they will slip silently into the dark waters.

Sharks feeding session

Every Wednesday and Sunday at 16:00

Settle into the tunnel and observe them during their favourite moment. Some sharks will be fed by our groomers, others will take the fish thrown to swallow them with a single jaw.

Dogfish and catshark

These species of small spotted sharks will seduce you with their round muzzle and large cat eyes. However, they are not left out at the time of feeding and can swallow a good bite, an entire sardine!

Dogfish and catshark

These species of small spotted sharks will seduce you with their round muzzle and large cat eyes. However, they are not left out at the time of feeding and can swallow a good bite, an entire sardine!

Tope Sharks

See the largest sharks in the Atlantic basin. Easily recognizable by their slender body and prominent muzzle, they will slip silently into the dark waters.

Tope Sharks

See the largest sharks in the Atlantic basin. Easily recognizable by their slender body and prominent muzzle, they will slip silently into the dark waters.

Sharks feeding session

Every Wednesday and Sunday at 16:00

Settle into the tunnel and observe them during their favourite moment. Some sharks will be fed by our groomers, others will take the fish thrown to swallow them with a single jaw.

Sharks feeding session

Every Wednesday and Sunday at 16:00

Settle into the tunnel and observe them during their favourite moment. Some sharks will be fed by our groomers, others will take the fish thrown to swallow them with a single jaw.

THE SHARK ISLAND

Our preserved lagoon

In turquoise water, discover new species of sharks as well as their companions of scorpionfishes and the impressive Napoleon Fish, in a room full of interactive elements on the subject of sharks.

The Port-Jackson Shark

This small marbled shark lays eggs in a spiral shape. He likes to rest on the sandy bottom out of sight.

The Zebra Shark

Striped when juvenile, this shark looks nice has nice spots in adulthood. His tail is almost as long as the rest of his body!

The Leopard Shark

This pretty male lives in perfect harmony with his companions on Shark Island. It is easily recognizable by the beautiful ocelli on its back, reminiscent of some wild cats.

The Port-Jackson Shark

This small marbled shark lays eggs in a spiral shape. He likes to rest on the sandy bottom out of sight.

The Port-Jackson Shark

This small marbled shark lays eggs in a spiral shape. He likes to rest on the sandy bottom out of sight.

The Zebra Shark

Striped when juvenile, this shark looks nice has nice spots in adulthood. His tail is almost as long as the rest of his body!

The Zebra Shark

Striped when juvenile, this shark looks nice has nice spots in adulthood. His tail is almost as long as the rest of his body!

The Leopard Shark

This pretty male lives in perfect harmony with his companions on Shark Island. It is easily recognizable by the beautiful ocelli on its back, reminiscent of some wild cats.

The Leopard Shark

This pretty male lives in perfect harmony with his companions on Shark Island. It is easily recognizable by the beautiful ocelli on its back, reminiscent of some wild cats.

THE GREAT TROPICAL TANK

...or the legend of Atlantis

Four new species of sharks rub shoulders with two imposing sea turtles and dozens of colorful fish in a setting inspired by the legendary Atlantis.

The Black Tip Shark

By far the most active of the basin, it measures approximately 1.5m. It's easily recognisable by its black fins, it is extremely vivid and reactive during feedings.

The Green Turtle

Nathan and Tao are our two green turtles, who arrived at the aquarium in 2006. You can see them eat every morning at 11:30 am and learn all sorts of information about their lifestyle and the protection of sea turtles.

The Nurse Shark

This is the largest shark in the aquarium. With a size that can exceed 3 meters, this massive shark is totally harmless to humans.

The Black Tip Shark

By far the most active of the basin, it measures approximately 1.5m. It's easily recognisable by its black fins, it is extremely vivid and reactive during feedings.

The Black Tip Shark

By far the most active of the basin, it measures approximately 1.5m. It's easily recognisable by its black fins, it is extremely vivid and reactive during feedings.

The Green Turtle

Nathan and Tao are our two green turtles, who arrived at the aquarium in 2006. You can see them eat every morning at 11:30 am and learn all sorts of information about their lifestyle and the protection of sea turtles.

The Green Turtle

Nathan and Tao are our two green turtles, who arrived at the aquarium in 2006. You can see them eat every morning at 11:30 am and learn all sorts of information about their lifestyle and the protection of sea turtles.

The Nurse Shark

This is the largest shark in the aquarium. With a size that can exceed 3 meters, this massive shark is totally harmless to humans.

The Nurse Shark

This is the largest shark in the aquarium. With a size that can exceed 3 meters, this massive shark is totally harmless to humans.

THE GREAT BARRIER REEF

THE CORAL REEFS

The coral ecosystem is among the richest in biodiversity. Unfortunately, pollution, human activities and global warming jeopardize this fragile environment. Find all your favourite fish: clown fish, butterfly fish, fish surgeons ...

The Cow Nosed Ray

This ray uses its mouth to scoop up the small crustaceans that hide in the sand!

The Puffer Fish

Three species of puffer fish are presented in our basins, with or without thorns. These animals have the characteristic of being able to swell to frighten their predators!

An amazing diversity

You will be amazed by the diversity of colours, shapes and sizes of tropical fish. From the most famous to the most discreet, you can discover several species of balisters, butterfly fish, labre, angel fish, damselfly fish and lots more...

The Cow Nosed Ray

This ray uses its mouth to scoop up the small crustaceans that hide in the sand!

The Cow Nosed Ray

This ray uses its mouth to scoop up the small crustaceans that hide in the sand!

The Puffer Fish

Three species of puffer fish are presented in our basins, with or without thorns. These animals have the characteristic of being able to swell to frighten their predators!

The Puffer Fish

Three species of puffer fish are presented in our basins, with or without thorns. These animals have the characteristic of being able to swell to frighten their predators!

An amazing diversity

You will be amazed by the diversity of colours, shapes and sizes of tropical fish. From the most famous to the most discreet, you can discover several species of balisters, butterfly fish, labre, angel fish, damselfly fish and lots more...

An amazing diversity

You will be amazed by the diversity of colours, shapes and sizes of tropical fish. From the most famous to the most discreet, you can discover several species of balisters, butterfly fish, labre, angel fish, damselfly fish and lots more...

THE KINGDOM OF SEAHORSES

FORESTS OF KELP & SEA GRASS...

Seahorses are small, friendly and delicate fish. Shy and vulnerable, they hide in the large sea grass beds and camouflage to hide from their predators. Five ponds are exclusively dedicated to them.

Several Seahorse Species...

...are to be discovered in 5 tanks perfectly adapted to their delicate maintenance. You will discover the large big bellied Seahorse, the largest species that can exceed 30cm in length!

The Seahorse Nursery

A space is especially reserved for the youngest of our seahorses, no bigger than a finger nail and born in the aquarium!

Their companions...

...such as sea needles, razor fish and lime fish with orange spots brighten up these ponds. 

Several Seahorse Species...

...are to be discovered in 5 tanks perfectly adapted to their delicate maintenance. You will discover the large big bellied Seahorse, the largest species that can exceed 30cm in length!

Several Seahorse Species...

...are to be discovered in 5 tanks perfectly adapted to their delicate maintenance. You will discover the large big bellied Seahorse, the largest species that can exceed 30cm in length!

The Seahorse Nursery

A space is especially reserved for the youngest of our seahorses, no bigger than a finger nail and born in the aquarium!

The Seahorse Nursery

A space is especially reserved for the youngest of our seahorses, no bigger than a finger nail and born in the aquarium!

Their companions...

...such as sea needles, razor fish and lime fish with orange spots brighten up these ponds. 

Their companions...

...such as sea needles, razor fish and lime fish with orange spots brighten up these ponds. 

THE AMAZON

THE MOST POWERFUL RIVER IN THE WORLD!

Welcome to South America! Under the Amazon canopy, follow the course of the river and discover the emblematic species of the Amazon such as piranhas, arowanas or pacus.

The Amazonian Cichlides

These male citrinellum cichlids develop an impressive bump on the front of the head. The more prominent the bump, the higher the fish in the group hierarchy.

The Piranha

Probably the most famous Amazonian fish! Piranhas live in schools of several hundred or even thousands of individuals and are capable of attacking their prey in groups. This makes them formidable predators. However, they suffer mostly from a bad reputation.

The arowanas

Their profile is strange! These fish are able to jump more than one meter out of the water to capture flying insects above the surface.

The Amazonian Cichlides

These male citrinellum cichlids develop an impressive bump on the front of the head. The more prominent the bump, the higher the fish in the group hierarchy.

The Amazonian Cichlides

These male citrinellum cichlids develop an impressive bump on the front of the head. The more prominent the bump, the higher the fish in the group hierarchy.

The Piranha

Probably the most famous Amazonian fish! Piranhas live in schools of several hundred or even thousands of individuals and are capable of attacking their prey in groups. This makes them formidable predators. However, they suffer mostly from a bad reputation.

The Piranha

Probably the most famous Amazonian fish! Piranhas live in schools of several hundred or even thousands of individuals and are capable of attacking their prey in groups. This makes them formidable predators. However, they suffer mostly from a bad reputation.

The arowanas

Their profile is strange! These fish are able to jump more than one meter out of the water to capture flying insects above the surface.

The arowanas

Their profile is strange! These fish are able to jump more than one meter out of the water to capture flying insects above the surface.

THE NATURAL CORALS

The natural corals

Corals are a group of tiny animals called polyps that together construct magnificent natural edifices: reefs. Discover several species of natural corals and many species of colorful tropical fish.

The Surgeon Fish

This head is not unknown to you! Surgeon Fish have a blade at the base of the tail and can defend themselves effectively against their predators.

The natural corals

Hard and soft corals will surprise you by the brilliance of their colours. Observe their natural bioluminescence using small inverted light box, allowing you to observe these unusual organisms exposed to black lights.

The Clownfish

One of the favorite fish of children. There are actually dozens of species. The best known, the three-band clown fish, lives in symbiosis with a sea anemone. Find out more about this wonderful friendship at SEA LIFE.

The Surgeon Fish

This head is not unknown to you! Surgeon Fish have a blade at the base of the tail and can defend themselves effectively against their predators.

The Surgeon Fish

This head is not unknown to you! Surgeon Fish have a blade at the base of the tail and can defend themselves effectively against their predators.

The natural corals

Hard and soft corals will surprise you by the brilliance of their colours. Observe their natural bioluminescence using small inverted light box, allowing you to observe these unusual organisms exposed to black lights.

The natural corals

Hard and soft corals will surprise you by the brilliance of their colours. Observe their natural bioluminescence using small inverted light box, allowing you to observe these unusual organisms exposed to black lights.

The Clownfish

One of the favorite fish of children. There are actually dozens of species. The best known, the three-band clown fish, lives in symbiosis with a sea anemone. Find out more about this wonderful friendship at SEA LIFE.

The Clownfish

One of the favorite fish of children. There are actually dozens of species. The best known, the three-band clown fish, lives in symbiosis with a sea anemone. Find out more about this wonderful friendship at SEA LIFE.

ANTARCTIC ADVENTURE

Welcome to Penguin Island

Discover the secret lives of King and Gentoo penguins in our immersive Antarctic Experience. 

King penguin

From an average height of 90 cm, the King is the largest penguin after the Emperor.

 

 

 

Gentoo penguin

The Gentoo is one of the most colorful penguins with its bright orange beak and pink legs.

 

 

Real ice

We reproduce as closely as possible their natural living conditions. Feedings everyday at 2pm and 4pm!

 

 

King penguin

From an average height of 90 cm, the King is the largest penguin after the Emperor.

 

 

 

King penguin

From an average height of 90 cm, the King is the largest penguin after the Emperor.

 

 

 

Gentoo penguin

The Gentoo is one of the most colorful penguins with its bright orange beak and pink legs.

 

 

Gentoo penguin

The Gentoo is one of the most colorful penguins with its bright orange beak and pink legs.

 

 

Real ice

We reproduce as closely as possible their natural living conditions. Feedings everyday at 2pm and 4pm!

 

 

Real ice

We reproduce as closely as possible their natural living conditions. Feedings everyday at 2pm and 4pm!