The church of Longueil and its cowsThe church of Longueil and its cows
©Route through the marsh of Longueil|A.Pélerin

Recharge your batteries at the Marais de Longueil

Marsh, pond, coastal river, three wetlands meet here in the village of Longueil, where several habitats mix. A privileged stage for hikers on the Gr212 and walkers in the Saâne valley.

The Marsh of Longueil


When we hear marsh of Longueil, we think of nature, birds singing, peace… It is a natural site located in the heart of a village where life is good!


Follow me

Follow the path and listen to the lapping of the Saâne, you will surely see some dragonflies or damselflies flying over it.

The undergrowth leads to the communal pond populated with reeds and marsh iris where frogs will welcome you with their croaking.

Continue the walk to discover the new pond and the donkeys that have taken up residence on the former soccer field redeveloped as a natural area.

As you stroll along the water’s edge, inhale the sweet scent of water mint that abounds in the marsh.

Extend your walk

To extend the stroll, the cobbled street leads us directly to the sumptuous Saint-Pierre church and into the small street of the town hall where beautiful residences are set up. Further on, a restored barn and a pretty viewpoint on a pond await you.

The floral and animal species populating the place are to be discovered on the sign at the entrance of the marsh but also by picking up the leaflet at the Terroir de Caux Tourist Office.

Consult the leaflet

Did you enjoy this immersion?

Don’t hesitate to come and experience it in real life! A picnic area awaits you on site and our four-legged friends are welcome at the Marais de Longueil.