At 105 metres in height, at the heart of the Bocage Normand and south of Saint-Lô, the Roches de Ham overlook the Vallée de la Vire and its meanders that wind below. As the most ancient classified site of the county, its wealth comes from the mosaic of environments that compose it. Richly wooded banks, wet meadows, cavities, cracks, rivers teeming with wildlife and an abundant and varied flora. An ideal site for hiking and equestrian sports ! An idyllic setting not to be missed!
Option to eat on site at the Crêperie des Roches de Ham