There are a lot of ways to go cycling or by feet around Fromelles

Here are few ideas :

- The Departemental committe of Tourisme proposes 40 walking excursions in the Lille area

See them ont this website : http://www.cdt-nord.fr/fr/guide/randos_carto.aspx

The Battle of Fromelles circuit begins at the Fromelles Church and the Phesant Wood Cemetery, continues by the "la Biette" street to the Aubers village at the "de Leval" street.

At the "la Biette" street, there is also the natural site of Fromelles.

Then, after few kilometers, you will arrive at the Australian memorial and the VC Corner Cemetery.

You can go back by the "Delval" street to the top of Fromelles.

- The "Marlacque" road connects Fromelles and le Maisnil by the bottom of the 2 villages.

- The "Cardonnerie" road is going to the "Boutillerie" at Fleurbaix

- The "Carne" road is beginning at the "Joirie" hamlet and finished to the "Riez" hamlet at Herlies.

- From the "coquelicots" (poppies) or the "neuve" streets, you can also use the "des longs culs" which is along the Pheasant wood.

The more precise map (for pedestrians or cyclists) is the IGN (National Geographic Institute) map of Armentières ref. 2404EGN (Institut Géographique National). 4cm = 1km or 1,57inches = 0,43 yards.

See the Fromelles village on : www.geoportail.fr

Ou see the Fromelles map


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