Auffay, Luneray, Longueville sur Scie,...

Auffay

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Bacqueville en Caux

When entering Bacqueville en Caux, one can admire the picturesque main square, its shops and its local market that exists since the 18th century, and which still takes place every Wednesday.

Wandering away from the city centre, down thesteps, will take you to the part of the village where the atmosphere still has a mediaeval touch. On the massive Church of St Pierre, the defenses built by feudal lords during the Middle Ages are still visible. 

For horse lovers, you can find an international Racetrack in Bacqueville, and a stud farm that used to be a national one.

Luneray

In the 16th century people living in the territory were for the most part literate thanks to the flourishing industrial and economic activities. Jean Venable (religious promoter) therefore decided to come to Luneray and teach the inhabitants about Protestantism. A protestant church was erected in Luneray in 1807. Some of the town's landmarks, for instance the illegal cemetery, are reminders of the French Wars of Religion. 

Wander around the village, and discover Luneray's picturesque character and monuments. Stop at the Town Hall (a former grain market) on the main square. It is where one of the most popular local markets of the region takes place every Sunday. A not-to-be-missed occasion to buy typical local products.

Val-de-Saâne

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Longueville-sur-Scie

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