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THE GREENWAY GISORS <> GASNY
A green track that winds along the Epte
At An hour from Paris, a space favourable for delicious weekend of bike rides and rollerblading. From Gisors, the capital of Norman Vexin, the greenway walks towards the Seine and Giverny. It runs along the beautiful valley of the Epte, former border between Normandy and the kingdom of France. Over the river valleys scattered of castles, pristine villages and a light appreciated by the Impressionists..
Accessible for pedestrian , cyclists, rollerblading and disabled people
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The Greenway of FRANCE
Delightfully nestled between Paris, Rouen, Honfleur and the Normandy coast, the Eure is a vitality secret, a natural reserve of energy in the heart of Normandy.
L’AF3V is acting for the development of secured facilities and routes in France. It also organizes the National Days Greenways in September, as part of the European Mobility Week.
L’AF3V also aims to inform users about existing Routes Cycling Routes and Green, with its website and by editing the VVV Tourist Guide of France. Finally, she made a permanent inventory of existing facilities on the national territory.
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THE GREEN AVENUE LONDRES < GISORS > PARIS
Bicycle route of 520 Kilometers
The Green Avenue London <> Paris, cycling route of 520 km, including 370 km between Dieppe and Paris, links the two European capitals and crosses the departments of Seine-Maritime, Oise, Val-d’Oise, Eure, Yvelines, Hauts-de-Seine and Seine-Saint-Denis.
Two options are possible between Gournay-en-Bray (Seine-Maritime) and Cergy-Pontoise (Val-d’Oise) by the departments of Oise and Eure. Pending the development of the final route, a temporary route will be marked for the opening of the London Olympics in 2012.
Called Greenway London <> Paris for the British, this cycling route uses dedicated lanes or sometimes shared but calm, and relies on the liaison Channel Dieppe – Newhaven to offer to a wide audience an Anglo-French ride secured and innovative alternative green to automobiles, all in originality.
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