The Seine Maritime is located at the north-west of France, over the Brittany french department. Its administrative capital is Rouen and it has approximately 110,000 inhabitants.
Do not hesitate to discover the Alabaster coast and its high chalk cliffs, the Boucles of the Seine with its prestigious abbeys. You can cross the charming Normandy countryside, Étretat and its famous cliffs. Go through the town of Rouen and enjoy its artistic and religious heritage... The Seine-Maritime department is a favorite destination for art and architecture lovers, but also for people who want to admire the wild and preserved landscapes.
You can visit the resort of Etretat, Rouen, town of history and art, the Alabaster coast and its high white cliffs, the Abbey of Jumièges.
We advise you some places to visit : the Graville Abbey in Le Havre, the Saint-Ouen abbey in Rouen,the Montivilliers Abbey, the Gruchet-le-Valasse Abbey, the Saint-Wandrille Abbey, the Jumièges Abbey and the Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville Abbey ... Also some natural parks and reserves, with the regional park of the Boucles of the Seine Normandy, the Alabaster coast, beaches and cliffs... A lot of prestigious castles : the Arques-la-Bataille castle (vestiges), the Etelan castle in Saint-Maurice-d'Ételan, the Filières castle (XVI-XVIII century) in Gommerville, the Miromesnil castlenear Dieppe, birthplace of Guy de Maupassant, the Jean Ango manor, ....
Meadows, groves and forests in the Bray Country, perfecto for walks and hikes. Do not forget to visit Fécamp, Le Havre and Dieppe.
Have a nice trip!