Straddling the departments of Seine-Maritime and Oise, Pays de Bray is a territory of lush green meadows, hedged farmland, hills, valleys and forests. These idyllic landscapes are ideal for scenic walks and a variety of outdoor activities. Don stout footwear to explore Eawy forest, a beech forest of around 7,000 hectares criss-crossed with marked paths, and listen to your voice echo at the Puits Merveilleux, a 25-metre-deep chasm whose name means "Marvellous Well"!
Running along an old railway line, the Avenue Verte London-Paris, a greenway starting in Dieppe, is ideal for a bike ride or rollerblading. It will take you through the most beautiful villages in the area.
Pays de Bray is also known for its pretty towns like Forges-les-Eaux, Neufchâtel-en-Bray or Gournay-en-Bray. Take a detour via one of the many farms and stock up on local products like cider, pommeau or the famous Neufchâtel cheese to give your taste buds a treat.
Another curiosity is La Boutonnière, a buttonhole-shaped geological depression running from Dieppe to Beauvais. To explore it, you can follow the Landscapes Route, a complete circuit through Pays de Bray with orientation tables along the way.