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Cerza is a hidden gem that doesn't seem to be very well known even in France. We loved it so much, we went there this year again after having spent a week in July 2017. We stayed in the lodges both time - they are...More
Fab zoo, lots of animals to see, we loved waking through the goat area and getting very close to the giraffes and lemurs, lots of walkthrough areas as well. Be warned lots of waking involved, so if you have very young children it will be...More
This is a great zoo the giraffes are fascinating and you can touch them
Really nice open spaces for the animals we went with teenagers and all enjoyed worth a visit. Only down side was a can a drink was 3 euro 20 😐
Easy to find with good signage from Lisieux. Drive up pay booths prior to parking. Large car park. Picnic area was outside the main site entrance although there were a few places to sit in the park but most were marked for use of restaurant/cafe...More
AurelieAnimatriceWeb, Responsable relations clients at Parc Zoologique Cerza, responded to this reviewResponded 15 August 2018
We are delighted that the park has pleased you.
See you soon.
This is one of the largest zoos I've visited. Two separate trails take you through large open paddocks, with plenty of animals to see, many of them with newborn additions. Lots to see, and plenty of seats around so you can take a rest as...More
It was two years ago since we last visited and are pleased to say they now have a pair of polar bears. The bears have a very large and varied enclosure with two pools and they seem to really like it.
It was worth the...More
As the mother of a toddler I have visited a lot of zoos in the past few years! This place is truly amazing. It’s a similar price to most big zoos (London, Amsterdam etc) but the exhibits are huge! The animals look well treated and...More
The animals are clearly well cared for and loved. Every inch of the park is clearly in the animals best interest which while not 100% perfect for visitors it shouldn't matter as the animals come first.
My wife and I visited the zoo September 2017. We were in France on vacation and as a huge animal lover, I wanted to see what this location in the middle of nowhere was like. As it turned out, it was probably the highlight of...More