The meanders of the River Seine are full of surprises: La Bouille and its narrow little streets, Villequier whose main street is along the bank of the River, the magnificent Château of Saint-Maurice d'Etelan with its terraces overlooking the River Seine, etc.In the meantime, you will surely see a huge cargo ship sail past Caudebec-en-Caux or Villequier.

The Seine Valley contains real wonders of Roman art and Gothic art, whether they are still home to religious communities or architectural witnesses to this religious faith in the Middle-Ages. Discover the magnificent ruins of the most impressive Norman abbey, the Jumièges Abbey, where you will enjoy a 3D architecture lesson, but also the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Wandrille where time is shared between prayers and hard toil. In the shade of the Cistercian Abbaye du Valasse, you will be able to have lunch in splendid 7th century vaulted rooms. Further upstream, Giverny has become a place of pilgrimage for art lovers. We enjoy wandering in Monet's garden... a unique experience where we can feel the atmosphere that used to exist in the days of this master of Impressionism.