Let's find the mushrooms in the under-growth ...
Whether located at the bottom of the valley or on the first mountainous acres, the forests have many surprises in store for you. Oaks, chestnuts and other beeches welcome you in a symphony of shimmering colours.
Don't forget to look at the ground, where the bronze ceps (aka boletus aereus) are playing hide and seek under the dead leaves. Be careful, however, not to confuse the star of autumn, with its refined and inimitable taste, with Satan boletes. Rare but poisonous, these boletes are identifiable by their red tint and their globular shape.
Another beauty of the woods.the chanterelle. Its orange-flash colour and its convex cap make it easy to recognize. And what about its light apricot scent? It gives omelettes a amazing taste for your autumn evenings!