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Gisors / St-Germer-de-Fly

[ Cycle routes The Avenue Verte London <> Paris ] [ The Vexin Area and the Epte Valley , The Avenue Verte London-Paris by bike in Normandy ]
  • 29.3 km
  • intermediaire Level Intermediate

When you reach Neuf-Marché, southwest of St-Germer-de-Fly, you're standing at the crossroads of three French départements, or counties: Oise, Eure and Seine-Maritime. The small roads you take from here follow the contours of the local hillsides. You're heading south along the Epte Valley towards Gisors, between the wooded hills of the Vexin Normand area and Picardy.

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This route takes you along small roads looking down on the Epte Valley. There are some quite steep slopes to tackle around Neuf-Marché. Take particular care negotiating the D 17 at the level of the village of Sérifontaine.


Gisors : 0033 2 32 27 60 63

Saint-Germer-de-Fly : 0033 3 44 82 62 74

Gournay-en-Bray : 0033 2 35 90 28 34


Railway lines

No train. The nearest railway stations : Gisors et Serqueux (Forges-les-Eaux).


Not to be missed

Gisors : well conseverd castle and keep, free visit 
- St Gervais St-Protais church ,
- old town with the Monarque pathway – Sérifontaine : historic citadel – smal town with a strong industrial presence - Neuf-Marché : old castrum - collegiale Saint-Pierre (12th century). - Saint-Pierre-es-Champs : outsanding natural setting of the "Côte Sainte-Hélène",



Gisors : Monday (the whole day) and friday morning


Close to 

The forest of Lyons : remarkable domain with the beautiful village of Lyons-la-Forêt (15 km from the itinerary)

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