Set off on a discovery of the Normandy Bocage and Suisse Normande landscapes, via an array of sites and monuments well worth a detour.
A horse riding trail of 24 or 32km, depending on the route you take, of a duration of 4 hours to 4 hours 30 minutes. We highly recommend a stop at the Château de Pontécoulant, built in the 16th century, then extended and modified over the centuries. It is now owned by the Calvados Council and houses a museum. Further along your way, you can marvel at the panoramic views from the top of the hill named ‘L’Eminence’ (254m). Caen and Clécy on one side and the Cantelou golf course on the other. When you reach Condé-sur-Noireau, you can visit the Maurice Piard park that runs alongside the River Druance.
Walks, treks and trails :
Course difficulty : Easy