Tourism - Seine-Maritime

Seine-Maritime is a French department that is part of the Haute-Normandie region. It is surrounded by the departments of Somme, Oise and Eure. The main cities are Rouen, Dieppe and Le Havre.

The department possesses a strong historical, architectural, natural and religious heritage with the Abbey of Graville in the Havre, the one of Saint-Ouen in Rouen, the Montivilliers Abbey, the Gruchet –le-Valasse Abbey, the Saint-Wandrille Abbey, the Jumieges Abbey and the Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville Abbey, the towns of Dieppe and Yvetôt, the ' Pays de Bray ', the ' Pays de Caux ', the Seine Valley, the numerous parks and natural reserves such as the regional natural park of ‘Boucles de la Seine normande’, the ‘ Côte d’Albâtre ’ with its pebbles beaches and cliffs, the EANA Park, the castles of Arques-la-Bataille, the Etelan Castle in Saint-Maurice-d’Etelan, the castle of Filieres in Gommerville, the C astle of Miromesnil near Dieppe and finally the ‘Bois des Moutiers’ in Varengeville-sur-Mer.

Top tourist cities in Seine-Maritime


Tourism Rouen

Rouen is a town situated in northern France on the River Seine, and is the capital of the Haute-Normandie region. Rouen organises every four years the Grande Armada, a famous gathering of beautiful boats. Rouen used to be one of the biggest and richest cities of ...

Must : Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, Eglise Sainte Jeanne d'Arc de Rouen, Musée de la Céramique


Tourism Dieppe

According to the historian Jules Michelet, "who has not seen Dieppe, did not see the Normandie".The maritime city meet all of the coastal towns of Haute Normandie. it was built on the estuary of Arques, with impressive depth for a rivière. Port  ...

Must : Château de Dieppe


Tourism Le Havre : The harbour city

Le Havre is a city of the department of Seine Maritime in Haute Normandie region in northwestern France.Le Havre is also the busiest port in France after Marseille. In the past, Le Havre was the port of Paris, the goods being chartered ships from the ocean going barges ...

Must : Eglise Saint-Joseph, Musée d'art moderne André Malraux, Maison de l’armateur