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Hikes

Come and explore the region with friends or family along the many hiking trails such as the GR 21 which runs along the coastline. Inland, discover the Avenue Verte, an old railway track going from Arques-la-Bataille to Forges-Les-Eaux and from Offranville to Hautot-sur-Mer. Whether you choose to walk, cycle, roller-skate, or go for a horse-ride, these routes are open to all and are traffic-free along all 40 kilometres. Discover other routes on the Routes page.

 

Forêt d'Arques

Arques Forest

Not far from Dieppe, surrounding the villages of Arques-la-Bataille, Ancourt, and Saint-Nicholas d’Aliermont, Arques Forest stretches out over 1000 hectares of relaxing nature. The forest is made up of beech and is remarkable in that large resinous trees blend in with hardwoods. Among these, two trees stand out: the “Montariol Beech” and the “Porteuse d'Eau”. The names of some of the forest's interections (Rond des Ligueurs) and some of the roads (Route Henri IV) remind visitors of the famous battle won by Henry the 4th against the Duke of Mayenne in 1589.

 

Varengeville

ThE GR 21

The Grande Randonnée 21 (GR 21) hiking trail passes through Haute Normandy. From Dieppe to Etretat, it follows the Alabaster Coast before dipping back inland. The landscapes are very varied, alternating between wild coasts, limestone cliffs, harbours, fields, cultivated lands, forests... the well delineated trail goes through a large number of villages.

From Dieppe, the trail starts at the Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours Chapel on the clifftop, in the direction of Le Tréport (north-east of Dieppe). Both towns are about 35 kilometres apart. Along this trail you will discover the dips and depressions between the cliffs. In the other direction, south-west of Dieppe, the trail offers a number of remarkable views at Pourville-sur-Mer, but also – and more importantly – at Varengeville-sur-Mer. Here, you can find some of the region's most beautiful panoramas.

 

Sauqueville

LE GR 210 - SUR LES TRACES DU CHASSE-MARÉE

Randonner sur le GR 210, c’est partir sur les traces d’un chemin chargé d’histoire(s) ! Mais c’est aussi une merveilleuse manière de découvrir autrement les charmes de la Seine-Maritime… De Dieppe à Rouen, cet itinéraire long de 80 kilomètres vous permettra de prendre un bon bol d’air et de traverser des paysages variés ! Mer, ville, campagne, patrimoine, nature, histoire… Tous les ingrédients sont réunis pour vous faire vivre une expérience inoubliable.

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Avenue Verte

The AVENUE VERTE

Inland, discover the Avenue Verte an old railway track going from Arques-la-Bataille to Forges-Les-Eaux and from Offranville to Hautot-sur-Mer. Whether you choose to walk, cycle, roller-skate, or go for a horse-ride, these routes are open to all and are traffic-free along all 40 kilometres. Come and enjoy a safe and relaxing time with friends and family on the green lane made for people to enjoy walks, cycling, horse-riding, or roller-skating.

Walking along the Avenue Verte will allow you to discover the surrounding countryside and its villages thanks to the large number of trails accessible around and from the lane.

The Avenue Verte is now part of the Paris-London itinerary. Read the brochure here.

 www.avenuevertelondonparis.co.uk

 

Vélomaritime

LA VÉLOMARITIME

La Vélomaritime, partie française de l'EuroVelo 4, c'est près de 1 500 km d'itinéraire balisé de Roscoff à Dunkerque, de la Manche à la Mer du Nord. Cette véloroute aménagée à plus de 80 % traverse des sites mythiques tels que la côte de Granit Rose, le Mont-Saint-Michel et sa baie, les Plages du Débarquement, les falaises d’Etretat, la Baie de Somme ou encore la côte d’Opale. Avec une part importante de voies partagées, c’est un itinéraire vélo idéal pour les cyclistes en recherche d’évasion, de défi, de découverte culturelle et gastronomique.

www.lavelomaritime.com

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