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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 construction was built by Guillaume Le Tellier as far back as the 15C and has one of the most beautiful flamboyant portals (west facade), the biggest of which has 333 figures and a magnificent rose window. The big organs (16C) in sculptured oak ..
Avenue Winston-Churchill F - 76490 Caudebec-en-Caux
This museum is exclusively dedicated to the history of navigation on the Seine River: ports, commercial exchanges, shipbuilding and crossings. Customs and traditions are also recalled. One of them is the strange tidal wave or bore, a phenomenon in wh..
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.
On the banks of the Seine, an entire family welcome guests to the Hotel Le Normandie. Our restaurant serves a range of regional gastronomic specialities, made with fresh, seasonal market produce. A young and dynamic team will do everything within the..