Sentier des Hameaux de Séez

In summer or winter, in hiking boots or snowshoes, explore the three hamlets surrounding the village of Séez with their fields, forests ans chapels, at your own pace. These villages are Le Breuil, Le Noyeray and Villard-Dessus.

CURIOSITIES

On your right after Le Noyeray you will discover a park with a dozen deer belonging to a local resident.
Le Villard-Dessus: you have to go through this village to reach the hamlet of Saint-Germain, its water mill and the Roman Road (Voie Romaine) leading to the Col du Petit Saint-Bernard. In Villard-Dessus, have a look at the Val Joli. This former customs house has now been converted into a hotel.

ITINERARY:
Departure: Séez Town Hall (mairie), Rue Saint Jean-Baptiste.
From the town hall,go up the Rue Saint Jean-Baptiste and then follow the sign posts to the departmental road.
When you reach the "Croix du Breuil" follow Rue du Moulin right through the Breuil hamlet until you get to the chapel. Go straight on.
When you leave the "Plan David" after the bridge, take the path on your left which leads up through the forest to the hamlet of Le Noyeray.
At Le Noyeray, cross over the departmental road and carry on along the path to the left of the "Ferme d'Angèle" in the direction of Villard-Dessus.
At Villard-Dessus go past the "Val Joli" auberge and join the Rue du Barillon. Go through the village and then follow signposts for Séez Centre.

From 07/01 to 10/31 : open daily.

Free of charge

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