Tourism Honfleur Etretat

Stopping at the Hotel La Marine in Tancarville is the opportunity not to have to choose between two Normandys. On one side, Etretat, Fécamp and the Alabaster coast with its spectacular cliffs, its authentic and wild valleys, but also Le Havre, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the other side, the hedgerows and the coast of Grace, from Honfleur to Cabourg through Deauville; Seaside resorts with long sandy beaches. But whether you go north or south, it is always the light that dominates and enchants the landscapes all around the estuary of the Seine.

Tourism in the Regional Nature Park of the Boucles de la Seine.

From the Vernier marshes to Rouen through the forest of Brotonne, it is a Normandy of nuances that is offered to you, that of Victor Hugo and his house of Villequier, a spiritual Normandy with its remarkable Abbeys: Saint -Wandrille-Rancon and Bec Hellouin are still active; While Jumièges, a magnificent ruin hosts summer contemporary art exhibitions and of course Saint-Martin de Boscherville and its beautiful garden.

Hiking in Normandy.

From vertiginous cliffs to bucolic banks, marshes in the forest, hedgerows in the Caux country; The paths of Normandy are numerous and invite you to daydream. It is no coincidence that Impressionist painters set up their easels in Normandy. Do not hesitate to push open the doors of the Malraux Museum in Le Havre or the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rouen.

Chateau de Tancarville

Chateau de Tancarville

Overlooking the valley, this site occupied since Prehistoric times was fortified over the centuries and hides two castles behind its surrounding walls

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The Canal of Tancarville and the Bridge over the Seine

The Canal of Tancarville and the Bridge over the Seine

The Seine has long represented a natural frontier: "on the other side of the water" was used to evoke the opposite shore. The installation of ferries and then bridges facilitated the crossing of the river.
To facilitate river traffic, the Canal du Havre at Tancarville was dug and thus at the whim of the tides, the locks of Tancarville let the barges come and go.

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Roman Theater of Lillebonne