This tour follows the contours of an old island once bathed by the Gulf des Pictons. The boundary between the cultivated area, old submerged lands and flood zones, a natural meadow area, offers landscapes with sparkling colours. The calm and shaded route will lead you to cross the Lay River once at the level of the Eiffel Bridge, built in 1877, then on the Mortevieille Gates Bridge. All this area in a flood zone will show you the whimsical character of the Lay. If you wish, you can go as far as the Booth Terrier, whose height offers a wide view of the Lay and Yon Valleys and the surrounding villages.
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