You will love Seine-Maritime if you like the water, the wild virgin nature, the authentic cultures, the soil, the large expanses, but also the exciting sports and towns with character. Between Seine and Manche, the Seine-Maritime is a French department of the beautiful region of Normandy. You will enjoy the view! Among other dream destinations, there are the white cliffs of Etretat, the Alabaster Coast, the Seine Valley between the impetuosity of the river and the huge green expanses surrounding it, Le Havre, Rouen .... And what you will also appreciate is that the Seine maritime is one of the fishponds of French gastronomy, with a simple, rich and gastronomic cuisine. Its coastline is also the favorite spot for surfers, who enjoy the waves of the Channel. Finally, this beautiful department is full of other treasures: the thousand-year-old oak in Allouville, the marine farm in Aquacaux, the remnants of the Second World War, the glassworks, and not to mention the many hiking trails and unusual housing. If you want a comfortable, affordable and flexible accommodation, Airotel will fulfill to your desires thanks to its luxurious campsites. Three main destinations of the Seine-Maritime are noteworthy: Etretat and its cliffs, Fécamp and its history, not to mention two of the most famous cities, Le Havre and Rouen.
The cliffs of Etretat are one of the pride of the national territory and are also known worldwide. Lovers of the city and comfort appreciate its famous sea baths, famous thanks to the novel History of Romain d'Etretat, by Alphonse Karr in 1843, its shows, and its villas. Many artists had chosen it as a favorite place. If you are a nature lover, you will love the cliffs. On the cliff or from the shore, admire the view: upstream cliff, downstream cliff, hollow needle, made famous by the character of Arsene Lupin, ocean view, seagulls, gulls, House of Demoiselles. The incredible luminosity, the so rich green, the omnipresent azure and the spray will bring you a feeling of freedom without equal.
City of art and history, Fécamp is home to many treasures: remnants of the Second World War, buildings with exceptional architecture, local cuisine (including its famous herrings), impressionism jewelry, gourmet festivals, not to mention its beautiful nature. Many places are to discover: Benedictine palace, abbey of the Holy Trinity ... These sites and many others are steeped in history: you will better understand the local culture, you will marvel at the Gothic and Renaissance art, and learn more about the fascinating history of the Dukes of Normandy.
Le Havre is a famous port, but it is also a city with rich architecture and culture, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can satiate all your desires, by going to the waterfront, visiting museums and art galleries, enjoying its festivals ...A cradle of Impressionism, thanks to Claude Monet's painting, Impression, rising sun, enjoy the Muma (Museum of Modern Art) and its architecture. Finally, for sports fans, do not hesitate to try the nautical sensations, between surfing, paddle, sailing ... Rouen, the historic capital of Normandy, is a deeply eclectic city. Classified city of art and history, it has an important medieval heritage, as evidenced by its traditional half-timbered houses, its abbey, the Old Market Square .... Walking through the narrow streets you will discover many secret places, which will allow you to unravel the mystery of the city. Lovers of fishing and fish, the quays of the Seine will also satisfy you.