View of the sea from the GR21View of the sea from the GR21
©View of the sea from the GR21|Aurore Pélerin

Hiking on the GR

No less than three long-distance hiking trails cross the Terroir de Caux! Marked out by the French hiking federation, they are often followed by our local hiking loops, which will allow you to discover them over a few kilometers. If you plan to walk them in their entirety, do not hesitate to contact our travel consultants to organize the stages of your journey!

The GR 21

The GR21 is the Great Hiking Trail of the coast of Upper Normandy. It will allow you to connect Le Havre to Le Tréport and thus to skirt the cliffs and the beaches of the Alabaster Coast. Elected in 2020 as the favorite GR of the French, it will surprise you by the majesty of its coastal landscapes, interspersed with more or less secret beaches. It crosses on the Terroir de Caux the commune of Quiberville, which will constitute an ideal stage for those who wish to traverse it in its entirety!”

Discover the GR 21


The GR 210

In the footsteps of the Chasse-Marées

The GR 210 called GR du Chasse-Marée follows the route that carried fish from the port of Dieppe to the capital before the arrival of the railroad. It crosses a good part of the Terroir de Caux, where Longueville-sur-Scie and Auffay, Val-de-Scie will constitute select stopover villages along this journey, as they once were for the fishmongers!”

Discover the GR 210

The GR 212

The GR 212 runs along the Saâne valley which crosses the Terroir de Caux from Val-de-Saâne to the sea. A preserved valley that offers you a multitude of landscapes along the water and the sound of nature.

Discover the GR 212

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Tessy Manor, Ouville-la-RivièreTessy Manor, Ouville-la-Rivière
©Le Manoir de Tessy, bed and breakfast in Ouville-la-Rivière|Pierre Leboucher
Mere Duval Cheese TrayMere Duval Cheese Tray
©Norman cheese platter at the Auberge de la Mère Duval
Interior visit to the church of St. Peter AuppegardInterior visit to the church of St. Peter Auppegard
©Guided tour of the stained glass windows of the Saint-Pierre d'Auppegard church|Zoë Tirilly