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In Normandy, Seine-Maritime is a department with a long maritime history and an exceptional natural heritage.

Between Seine and ocean, Seine-Maritime is a jewel of the Normandy coast. On the program of your holidays, exceptional landscapes, towns and villages with an inescapable heritage, but also discoveries on foot and by bike. This territory thus fills its visitors, with a true concentrate of Normandy.

The essentials of the Seine-Maritime department

One of the postcards of Seine-Maritime, is of course Étretat and its impressive white cliffs. But this department is marked out by many emblematic sites. The Alabaster Coast, the Abbeys route… As well as the cities of Rouen, Le Havre, Dieppe, Fécamp and even Le Tréport. Each of them thus tells the long story of a territory largely turned towards the ocean.

Remarkable natural sites

Among the remarkable natural sites, let us note of course the Coast of Alabaster or the cliffs of Étretat and Tréport. The Regional Natural Park of the Loops of the Seine Normande is for its part the green lung of Seine-Maritime. The chalky plateau of Caux country consists of Petit Caux, the country of Bray and the green valley. Because Seine-Maritime is also the valley of the Seine, its meanders and its estuary.

Outdoor sports 

Seine-Maritime is a land of hiking and cycling. The GR 21 was elected favorite GR of the French in 2020. On the bike side, many circuits are signposted, including the Eurovélo 4, the Seine by bike route or even the Sea Circuit and the Lin Véloroute. The more athletic can even go for an incredible Tour of Seine-Maritime by bike, over 300 kilometers long.

Historic sites

During your stay in Seine-Maritime, do not miss a stopover in Veules-les-Roses, a picturesque village on the Normandy coast. The Benedictine abbey of Jumièges also waiting for you, just like the new town of Le Havre. Designed by architect Auguste Perret, it is listed as a World Heritage Site. In Rouen, the cathedral has an impressive tower 150 meters high.