On a total surface of 27 hectares including 4 hectares of water, the Arboretum of Pézanin is rich of nearly 450 species or varieties of trees and shrubs originating from all over the world (in particular from North America and Southeast Asia). Three marked circuits and a labeling of the plants allow a didactic visit of the arboretum, one of the most beautiful in France. In the pond, where carp, pike and perch are abundant, fishing can be practiced by holders of a day pass. A picnic area is set up in a vast meadow, with tables, benches and barbecues. Open all year round and free admission. Guided tours with commentary are available for a fee, upon reservation.