Starting from the town of Arques-la-Bataille, ramblers pass below the ruins of the mediaeval fortress, cross through the woods and walk along the ponds by way of the village of Martigny, before finally following the Avenue Verte, a greenway reserved for non-motorized traffic.
Starting from La Halte Verte, an old train station on the Dieppe-Le Havre line, set off to explore this town which was so dear to the famous painter Jacques-Emile Blanche.
There is even a museum dedicated to him in the municipal park. The proposed route will also take you to the church with its astonishing twisted spire.
Hiking along the GR210 takes you on a journey packed with history! But it’s also a wonderful, alternative way to discover the charms of the Seine-Maritime department…
From Dieppe to Rouen, this 80 kilometre trail is a chance to fill your lungs with fresh air and pass through a variety of different landscapes! Sea, towns, countryside, heritage, nature and history: this journey has all the ingredients for a memorable experience.
Set off to explore the Avenue Verte, an old railway track connecting Arques-la-Bataille to Forges-les-Eaux. This section is part of the larger route running between London and Paris.
You can safely come out to unwind with family or friends along this inland greenway, developed for the enjoyment of walkers, cyclists, horse riders and rollerbladers.
Near Dieppe, straddling the towns of Arques-la-Bataille, Ancourt and Saint-Nicolas-d’Aliermont, the Forest of Arques boasts nearly 1,000 hectares of nature and pure relaxation.
This beech forest features scenery with large clumps of conifers mixing with leafy trees. They include two remarkable trees well worth a look: the Montariol Beech and the Water Carrier.