Bas de Bacqueville à VTT

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Cycling along the Bas-de-Bacqueville route certainly is a pleasant experience between the wide cereal fields typical of Seine-Maritime and the Vienne Valley! A cycle route accessible to everyone, dotted with diverse and varied landscapes combining nature and heritage.

Leaving from the town hall in Bacqueville-en-Caux, follow the steps that lead you to Saint Pierre Church and its remarkable wooden framework. A hilly village that reveals its charms to those who know how to walk there. On the way, you will cross the river Vienne, a small tributary of the river Saâne. Look at how the seaweed moves to the gentle rhythm of the river. It is time to immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the place.

After a moment spent in the coolness of the holloway lined with beeches and oaks, you turn around and realise you are already higher. Indeed, the path gently goes up, without you even realising it! Then, here you are, in the heart of the agricultural plains. The view is unobstructed, no less than 360° views over wide open and rolling landscapes unfold before your eyes! Surely it makes you want to sing a song!

A few kilometres further away, in the charming village of Lamberville, take time to admire the beautiful traditional brick houses. Our advice: come in summer to admire their beautiful flowers. But don't stop here, the walk is not over yet! After a ride in the hills above this village, you will reach the lower part of Bacqueville en Caux, hence the name of the walk!

Don't forget to admire the views of this peaceful and tranquil Vienne Valley between the houses as you head back to your destination. And congratulate yourself for the ride you have accomplished!

Type of tour : Mountain bike
It lasts : 01h 15
Difficulty : Medium
Distance : 8,5 km
Leaves from  : BACQUEVILLE-EN-CAUX, Mairie
Arrives at  : BACQUEVILLE-EN-CAUX, Mairie

Entretien : OFFICE DE TOURISME TERROIR DE CAUX - 02 35 34 13 26 - tourisme-auffay@terroirdecaux.

Tarred path : 58%

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