Things to see and do - Caudebec-en-Caux
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Caudebec-en-Caux Travel guide
Caudebec-en-Caux : Michelin's recommendations
Caudebec, which for a long time was the capital of the Pays de Caux region, is built on one bank of the Seine, at the mouth of the Ste-Gertrude valley. The Brotonne bridge links with the other bank and gives direct access to the forest of Brotonne, which is enclosed in a loop of the river. The old quarters of Caudebec were ravaged by fire in June 1940, but happily the church of Notre-Dame was spared.
Tourist attractions Caudebec-en-Caux : Things to see and do
Place du Parvis F - 76490 Caudebec-en-Caux
This church was built by Guillaume Le Tellier as far back as the 15C and has fine Flamboyant portals (west façade), the biggest of which has 333 figures and a magnificent rose window. The gr eat organ (16C) in a carved oak case has been restored acc..
19, quai Guilbaud. F - 76490 CAUDEBEC EN CAUX
"In the heart of the A29, A13, A150 motorway triangle (20 km) and the Caux region, on the banks of the Seine, the ""Au Normandie"" hotel-restaurant invites you to discover the regional cuisine. By the randomness of the day's ..
18 Quai Guilbaud F - 76490 Caudebec-en-Caux
The hotel is ideally located along the Seine River in Caudebec en Caux, a small touristic village in the Parc Naturel des boucles de la Seine Normande. The Normotel offers comfortable rooms with a simple and functional decoration. Savour typical sp..
4, place René Coty. F - 76490 CAUDEBEC EN CAUX
A family-style hotel, set just a few metres from the River Seine. The Cheval Blanc was originally built in the Normandy style, but was destroyed during WW II before being rebuilt during the 1950s.