In the heart of the Eure Department, come and meet trees, plants, birds and insects from the Norman forests. In Conches-en-Ouche, the Prés Bourbeux Forest is a protected area for walks and recreation with an observation point, a picnic area, petanque grounds and a playground for children. Two discovery trails - one short (2 km / 1.2 miles) and one longer (3.5 km / 2.1 miles) allow visitors to explore this natural area at their own pace. And what a pleasure to learn how to recognize the different species living and growing there: Scots pine, common heather, oak, silver birch, honeysuckle, Lanius shrike, common linnet, warbler, tree pipit, and more. A lesson about nature.
Free booklet available at the Tourist Information Centre.
- Groups welcome