The Blue Area

Mission préservation

What a Trip ! Blue

preservation of our planet

Because there’s an emergency

A dive into the seas and oceans!

Because of the urgency, the festival is committed to preserving our planet. Educating and raising awareness are the missions that invited associations in the Blue zone have set themselves. Within this space entirely dedicated to the seas and oceans, workshops, games, animations, exchanges and debates are offered throughout the day with the objective of a better understanding of the issues related to the preservation of the marine environment.


Free access – To consume without moderation!


Blue Area workshops

The workshops and activities of the Blue Zone

Exhibition “Hippocampes” by Patrick Louisy

Conçue en 2015, l’exposition “Hippocampes ?” est l’aboutissement de plus de 10 ans d’observations et de collectes d’informations par des centaines de citoyens mobilisés et encadrés par l’association scientifique et naturaliste Peau-Bleue ( CPIE Bassin de Thau member). It pays tribute to these animals that have fascinated humanity since ancient times, but also to the incredible richness and fragility of the Thau lagoon watershed and the involvement of local actors to preserve it.


The actors of the blue Zone

The actors present on the festival

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About the commitment of the festival

Environmental or social commitment, the travel and adventure film festival is rooted in values that are dear to its organizing team! Adhérent au 1% pour la planète, l’association reverse notamment 1% des recettes de sa billetterie à des associations oeuvrant pour la protection de l’environnement.


Travel festival of Montpellier committed to the environment
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