At the crossroads of Atlantic, Mediterranean and mountain influences, the Boucheville forest (in the communes of Fenouillet and Vira) is populated by beech, holm oak and Douglas fir trees.
Long exploited for coal, the trunks were floated down to the old port of Caudiès where they were assembled into rafts to float down to the plain and the coast.
Resource yourself in the forest by setting out to discover bicentenary species.
To do this, take to the hiking and mountain bike trails.
The letter carrier’s pathThe glassmakers’ springAux Portes de BouchevilleThe Fenouillet trail
Mountain bike touring
Les hauts de Boucheville
The Shinrin Yoku is a Japanese medical practice which involves walking in the forest for several hours to several days, in order to regain both mental and physical balance.