Like the plein air painters, set out in the boucles of the Seine, for a bucolic jaunt at the gates of Rouen. Colorful orchards, reflections of the water, the coming and going of barges in the shadow of the chalk cliffs: the landscapes are rural and lively. Stroll along the towpath at Sahurs. Sisley painted it in 1894, (Le sentier au bord de l’eau à Sahurs, le soir) and take the ferry to La Bouille. A renowned vacation spot for the Rouennais, this charming village has seduced many impressionist painters such as Alfred Lebourg, whose favorite subjects are waterfront sites. La Bouille is still home to many artists’ galleries today, so enjoy! La Seine à Vélo allows you to discover these landscapes on two wheels and cruises on the river, aboard the Lutèce or the Escapade, let you experience the banks along the water.