One hour away from Paris, a favourable area for delicious weekends of riding bicycle or roller skating. From Gisors, capital of the Vexin Normand, the greenway meanders towards the Seine and Giverny. It follows the splendid Epte Valley, the former border between Normandy and the Kingdom of France. Here and there, along the river, some castles dominate small valleys, authentic villages, in a luminosity, so precious for the Impressionists...
25 kilomètres long
Accessible for pedestrians, cyclists, rollers and disabled people
You can have a specific brochure asking for it at the tourist office or downloading it cliking on this link
The greenway between London and Paris is a bicycle lane of 520 kilometres long, of which 370 kilometres between Dieppe and Paris, join up the two Europeans capitals and cross the departments of Seine-Maritime, Oise, Val-d'Oise, Yvelines, Hauts-de-Seine and Seine-Saint-Denis.
There are two possible options between Gournay-en-Bray (Seine-Maritime) and Cergy-Pontoise (Val-d'Oise) for the departments of "Oise" and "Eure". Looking forward the creation of the definitive layout, a temporary route would be marked for the opening of the 2012 summer olympics.
Called Greenway London <> Paris for the British people, this bicycle lane takes dedicated ways and, sometimes, shared silent ways. It relies on the Cross-Chanel Line between Dieppe-Newheaven and it gives the possibility to the public to go for an anglo-french riding bicycle secured and innovative, which is an ecological alternative to the car, combining originality and bike.
You can have access to the pdf file of the greenway's layout in France cliking on this link
Delightfully situated between Paris, Rouen, Honfleur and the Normandy coast, the Eure county conceals a secret of vitality and is a reserve of natural energy, in the middle of Normandy.
A beautiful network of cycleways and greeways is waiting for you there, leading to valleys and charming villages: Pont-Audemer, Bernay, Broglie, le Neubourg, le Bec-Hellouin, Louviers, Evreux and Gisors or Giverny.
Click on EURE TOURISME to have a look at the greeways of the county of Eure in its totality.
L'AF3V acts in favour of the develoment of new structures and secured layout in France. It, also, organizes national days concerning the greenways, in September, in the context of the European week of mobility.
L'AF3V's purpose is also to inform the public about the bikeways and the existing greenways, with the help of its website and by publishing the tourist guide of the VVV of France. At last, they make a permanent inventory of the existing structures of the whole national territory.
If you fancy a pleasant escape, bike runs or rollers skating, on the best greenways or cycling tracks of France, all information is available on voiesvertes.com