Many castles are hidden behind the trees of the huge estates of some towns. Fortunately, some are revealed for the pleasure of the eyes, offering to the gaze their often polychrome architecture thanks to the use of various materials (sandstone, flint, brick,…).
Even if only vestiges remain,the Gauthier Giffard Castle in Longueville-sur-Scie is worth the detour, with its tree-lined park that will allow you to take a nature break in the heart of history! Continue with the ruins of the château de Torcy-Le-Grand and its conservatory orchard to go back in time to medieval times!
The Château de la Coutûre in Imbleville, also known as the Pearl of the Saâne, opens its water gardens to you every summer to admire it up close, unless you take advantage of a hike on the GR 212 to observe it!
The castle of Bosmelet, in Auffay, is open to the public, and will allow you in addition to the park and garden, to discover its interiors and the sumptuous Alain Germain collection: paintings, costume designs, stage furniture and elements of Opera sets.