If you follow the Veules, the smallest river in France, which winds through the mills, you will reach the sea…

Stop for a break in the Impressionist gardens to admire the lights and colours that have inspired so many artists.

On Saturdays or Sundays, don't try to resist the temptation of trying the "Veulaise", that tasty oyster from Veules which is sold on the seafront, and then walk to the pier that stretches over the water… Stroll along the promenade to have a look at the elegant beach huts arranged in tiers. Looking towards the sea, you will walk past a cave without noticing it; it was Victor Hugo's secret den. The famous writer liked to take refuge there to admire for hours the spectacle you can also see. He would be forever remembered in the hearts of the inhabitants for the big feast he offered to the hundred poorest kids in the village.