The walk starts at Deauville â Trouville train station. You will walk through Villerville, Criqueboeuf, Pennedepie and Vasouy before finally arriving in Honfleur. You can count on a good 3-hour walk between Trouville and Honfleur which are separated by approximately 16 kilometers. Since Pennedepie is at more or less half way, we will be happy to welcome you if you want to rest your feet for a bit and taste some of our procuctsÂ !
Before you leave, be sure to check to tide timetable ( http://maree.info/23 ) so that you can plan your stroll when the tide is low and that way have an easier and more enjoyable walk.
To know more about the walk you can follow the link below. The website is in french but with a little help from google translate you should be able to figure out most of the directions. If some of the instructions were still unclear you can contact Trouville or Honfleur's tourist office who should be able to help.
If you follow the link below towards a hiking website you will see a map on which the hike's course in detailed. The website advises to start the hike at Honfleur's Naturospace but as long as you start and end the walk during our opening hours you are more than welcome to leave you car at our domain and start from here since the hike goes through Pennedepie anyway.
Follow the link to see the map of this hikeÂ : http://www.randogps.net/gps-rando-carte-ign.php?dep=14&num=65&lib_dep=calvados&meta=HONFLEUR%20-%20BOIS%20DU%20BREUIL
After this long walk that ends where it starts, you will only be at a 20-minute drive from the domain where we will be happy to welcome you with a well deserved tastingÂ !
To find out about the hike follow this linkÂ : http://www.visorando.com/randonnee-hameaux-et-marais-en-bords-de-seine-et-r/
The website is in french but with a bit of help from google translate you should be able to understand most of the directions and there is also a map on which the directions are drawn.
Many paths cross these woods and allow many different strolls between the trees and the rhododendrons that flower the woods when spring comes and for which the Bois du Breuil is famous.
These woods are also one of the very rare ones that are kept in and entirely ecological mannerÂ !
more information, follow the link below towards Honfleur's french website or get in contact with them to get information in english.