Eawy Forest

The 6,600ha/16,300-acre Eawy forest (pronounced E-a-vee) stretches over the rugged hilltop on the border between the Varenne and Béthune regions. Together with the Forêt de Lyons, it makes up Normandy's finest beech forest. It Germanic-derived name means "humid meadow". This omnipresence of water no doubt explains the quantity of flowers in the region, such as Bellevue gardens or the smaller Agapanthus garden.

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76680 St-Saëns

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Jardins de Bellevue
Jardins de Bellevue
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