The Fey wood is the forest above the tine de Conflens, it comes from the French-Provencal.
The Fey wood is the beech forest next to Venoge River and Veyron River. It seems that inhabitants of the region have taken the habit of naming their woods after the trees name. The word beech comes from fagus in Latin, which became Foyard or Fayard in French-provencal, to become Fey or Fay today.
The forest is known to be peaceful and has a magnificent view of La Sarraz when you reach the fields.