If you are looking for a real car-free vacation, you can find it here, at the Abijune campsite! In the heart of the village, you can easily walk or cycle to the grocer, the baker or the restaurant “Le Tilleulais”. For the amateurs of good walks, you will be able to join the beach of Tilleul or Étretat!
Seaside resort, Étretat is above all famous for its exceptional cliffs. A truly enchanting setting that has inspired many painters.
Come and discover the beauty of our pebble beaches (Le Tilleul, accessible only on foot) or the fine sandy beaches of Saint-Jouin Bruneval, with its small wild creeks, and its steep cliffs. The beach is the ideal place to spend a pleasant day with your family.
Prefer a vacation with a little more action? Rent a jetski, a paddle board, a kite board, a body board or a windsurf! Come and discover the myriad of water sports that Saint-Jouin Bruneval has to offer.
If you want to go for a buggy or quad ride, the water sports base is also equipped for land activities.
Le Parc des Roches
Le « vieux » marché
Monument Nungesser et Coli
Speed boat (la mer pour tous)
Le centre Equestre Le Tilleul
Musée d’Arsène Lupin
Le Clos Lupin, Maison de Maurice Leblanc
Les Jardins d’Étretat
A few steps from Etretat, you should not miss Yport during your stay in Normandy. Take advantage of the iodized spray of the Channel and its coastline by visiting its pebble beaches, its incredible sites, and its fishing ports that are still active
City of art and history, Fécamp invites visitors to come and discover the Abbot of the Trinity, the Benedictine Palace, a building housing the Benedictine liquor distillery, as well as a museum dedicated to art. Not only is the port of Fécamp incredibly photogenic, but with its beautiful docks and pleasant atmosphere, it is perfect for a stroll. The New Worlds and Fishing Museum highlights the maritime past of the port.
The city of Le Havre, rebuilt after the war, is home to a wealth of modern architecture, from the recognizable buildings of the city to the church of St. Joseph and the Oscar-Niemeyer cultural center, easily identifiable by its two volcano-shaped buildings. The reconstruction is the work of the architect Auguste Perret, and this vast complex is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not to be missed, right next to the sea, is the André Malraux Museum of Modern Art, renowned for its 19th and 20th century paintings.
A city of art and history, Honfleur immediately enchants its visitors by revealing a charming fishing and pleasure port, old picturesque streets and old stone houses, half-timbered and covered with slates. This is really a gem not to be missed!
Real small seaside resort of the Seine-Maritime, Veules-les-Roses is full of colors and tenderness. Counted among the Most Beautiful Villages of France, this picturesque town between sea and countryside has kept its charm of yesteryear through its historic districts, its thatched houses and the remains of old mills.
Historic capital of Normandy, Rouen is a city rich in art and history with an important architectural and religious heritage. Known as the city of a hundred steeples, Rouen is home to the Gothic cathedral of Notre-Dame and the church of Saint-Maclou which is a wonderful example of flamboyant Gothic art. Not to mention the 14th century Saint-Ouen abbey.
The streets of the old quarter are picturesque and lined with old half-timbered houses, perfect for an afternoon stroll. The rue Damiette, the rue Martainville and the rue Saint-Romain are particularly rich in timber-framed buildings. The place du Vieux-Marché is the place where Joan of Arc was burned in 1431. Today, the church of Saint Joan of Arc, a very original modern building, occupies the center of the square. The Museum of Fine Arts houses collections of paintings from the 16th to the 20th century, while a ceramics museum presents impressive collections for the curious visitor.