Numerous calvaries stand on the paths of the territory, some of which are surprising, to say the least, such as the Croix de Sainte Apolline in Ouville-la-Rivière where ribbons are laid down while praying to the saint to cure headaches or toothaches. The statue dedicated to this same saint in the church in Saint-Mards also has ribbons for the same reasons. At the Croix de Saint-Léonard in Bacqueville-en-Caux, it is traditional for parents of young children to go around three times with their baby in their arms before laying down a ribbon for the child to walk early. As for the statue of Saint-Christophe in Omonville, it will protect motorists. A procession still takes place there every year. You can experience these legends and other folk tales of the Pays de Caux during the storytelling walks and tours we organize every year!