You really will have a great time in this delightful village, between Île de France and Normandy. And if you're coming here for the first time, our tip is to come via the "Route des Crêtes", through the village of Vétheuil; you'll be able to take in the amazing views over the chalk ramparts, a hundred metres or so in height, looking out over the River Seine. A pretty good way to start your time here! The second thing you'll see when you arrive is the impressive château, or rather châteaux! The first one is mediaeval in origin and looks over the second one, which is actually more appealing. A trip here while you're in the region really is a must! You may be interested to know that the monument known as the Roche de Gui is where the village got its name. Château de La Roche-Guyon will take you on a spellbinding journey back in time, with its mediaeval keep, 18th century stables and its enlightenment era vegetable garden!
La Roche-Guyon is listed as one of France's loveliest villages, due to its rich and beautiful heritage. But that's not all! This place is home to all sorts of other gems too! If you go down to the banks of the River Seine and stroll around the amazingly lovely ancient alleyways, you'll come across timber-framed houses as well as holes dug out of the cliffs, which were originally used as sheds. You can then carry on your visit to the centre of the village and discover what was once a stately hall, but which these days is home to the town hall and the market. Or maybe you're after a bit of nature? Then stop off at the Arboretum of la Roche, which you'll find in the middle of the regional forest of La Roche-Guyon. Here, you'll find some of the foremost of the region's tree species. Or if you still want a little more, you can set off to enjoy the Domaine de Villarceaux, comprising 70 hectares of grounds and two châteaux, to take you on a journey back in time during your visit to La Roche-Guyon!
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