Consisting of 20 stops, marked by information boards, this walk enables you to tour the town and discover the main monuments, the natural environment and famous people that make up the rich heritage of Sées. From the Cathedral to the Fontaine field, passing by the old covered markets, the walk is like a trip through the history of Sées.
Horse rides, with or without a guide.
In natural surrounds not far from Sées, this wildlife park brings together 200 animals of 30 species from 5 continents. It is open from April to November. There are picnic tables around the park.
Also situated at Le Bouillon, this farm lets you discover the work of a Donkey milking farm with free tours Wednesdays from April to Oct and Fridays from mid-July to the end of August, from 3pm to 6pm. You can participate in the milking of the jennys at 3:45pm and browse the organic cosmetic products made from the milk.
Gardens open from the 1st May to the 30th September, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays from 2:30pm – 6:30pm.
This wooded area situated less than 15km from Sées offers a host of outdoor activities over more than 15 000 hectares: walking, cycling and horse riding…
In the forest region of the upper hills of Normandy it extends over almost 16km from East to West and 13km from North to South, with the Ecouves Signal peak of 417m. There is a fitness trail at the Chene au Verdier crossroads.
This castle is made out of brick, granit and slate. It belonged to the same family between the 14th century and 1936. The furniture, paintings and decor are from the Renaissance period. You can also visit its park and gardens.
Nestled in a showcase of green countryside, the horse ‘Versailles’ welcomes you to discover the horse world through an outstanding heritage, from the architecture to the landscapes, different horse breeds, the people and their professions…
Le Mêle district offers activities for all: supervised swimming in July and August, fishing, mini-golf, sailing and games for children. Basic catering is provided during the summer period.
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