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The Norman Seine River Meanders Regional Nature Park

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The Norman Seine River Meanders Regional Nature Park - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in Normandy

With a surface area of 81,000 hectares, the Norman Seine River Meanders Regional Nature Park stretches over the two Upper Normandy departments of Eure and Seine-Maritime. The Seine runs through this verdant region, which is special for its combination of historical heritage - with Ételan Castle and the Abbeys of Jumièges, Saint-Wandrille and Saint-Georges-de-Boscherville - and unspoilt landscapes, ranging from the loops of the Seine to the Pays de Caux plateau, through Vernier Marsh and Brotonne Forest.

The Park House, based in an old 17th-century half-timbered farmhouse in Notre-Dame-de-Bliquetuit in Seine-Maritime, also offers lots of information about the park as well as temporary exhibitions, a natural and built heritage discovery trail, and outings in the countryside...

The Lower Seine Ecomuseum, made up of several rural museums located in Eure and Seine-Maritime, is all about the history and skills of the people who lived in this region, in places such as the House of Apples and the Forge in Sainte-Opportune-la-Mare, the Bread Oven and the Clog Maker's House in La Haye-de-Routot, the House of Flax in Routot, the Windmill in Hauville, and the Museum of the Seine Navy in Caudebec-en-Caux.

Also not to be missed: the Thatched Cottage Route, 53 km long, stretching from the Park House to the Vernier Marsh, via the charming village of Vieux-Port; the Vernier Marsh, the largest peat bog in France; and Aizier, with its Romanesque church and pleasant esplanade by the Seine, complete with picnic tables.

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The Norman Seine River Meanders Regional Nature Park

From the Maison du Parc, discover the traditional building with its adorable cobed houses on thatched road on the Route des Chaumières or exploring the orchards of the Route des Fruits.

You will also cross paths, farms, manors, churches, castles, barn dîmières, witnesses of the architectural richness of the region.

House of the Park - 76940 Notre-Dame-de-Bliquetuit.

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