Boucles de la Seine Normande Regional Nature Park: the majestic River Seine
Characterised by several remarkable sites, some of which being the most impressive abbeys in Normandy, the Boucles de Seine Normande Regional Nature Park attracts admirers of art and history. Enthusiasts of countryside tourism will discover a natural heritage of great interest: an original and protected fauna and flora. For those who enjoy sporting holidays, they can go trekking either on foot, on horseback or by bicycle; canoeing; paragliding or hang gliding
La Maison du Parc at Notre-Dame-de- Bliquetuit offers its visitors documentation suggesting themed circuits to discover abbeys, thatched cottages, fruit gardening, wheat growing and bread making
Did you know ?
The Marais Vernier marsh nestled in the meandering River Seine, constitutes the largest area of peat in France. It is classed as a zone of European ecological interest and offers refuge to a great variety of water birds: don't forget your binoculars to get a closer look!
In the heart of the village of the Vernier marshes, the ╔tampage Inn, labelled "Regional Inn" enjoys an exceptional location: it dominates the natural reserve of Marais-Vernier marsh. Surrounded by thatched cottages, the atmosphere of a bygone Normandy can be recaptured, that of which Maupassant could have recounted. From 56 € per double room including breakfast. Menus: 18.40 € and 29.20 €.
AUBERGE DE L'ETAMPAGE
Le bourg - 27680 Marais Vernier
TÚl. : 02 32 57 61 51