Breuil Wood

Natural heritage, 

PENNEDEPIE

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Located 4km from Honfleur, the Bois du Breuil is one of the rare forests on the coastline and is open to the public. This forest covering 120 hectares is the property of the Conservatoire du Littoral (Coastal Conservancy). Great variety of species (32 listed species including oak, beech, Scots pine and maritime pine), a fine population of naturalised rhododendrons, large 1,200m path lined with beech trees dating from 1850. Preserved natural wealth thanks to meticulous management in keeping with nature. Access via the RD62 (Equemauville-Pennedepie road). 2 car parks. Round trip, approximately 5km, offering superb views over the Seine bay.

Prices

Free for all

Services

Sittings

  • Animals welcome
  • Groups welcome