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Varengeville-sur-Mer Travel guide
Varengeville-sur-Mer : Michelin's recommendations
Varengeville, an appealing seaside resort, is composed of several hamlets, scattered along deep roadways in a typical Norman setting of hedgerows and half-timbered houses. Artists have always been enchanted by this place.
Tourist attractions Varengeville-sur-Mer : Things to see and do
Rue de l'Église F - 76119 Varengeville-sur-Mer
The site overlooks the sea. The church (11-13-15C) has a 16C front portico and is composed of two adjoining naves. At the far end is an abstract stained-glass window by Ubac. The stained-glass windows by Georges Braque, who is buried in the nearby se..
Rte de l'Eglise F - 76119 Varengeville-sur-Mer
This 9ha, English-style park is planted with rare species and has a multitude of flowers. Its giant rhododendrons are 6 to 8m high and stand out against the darker coloured trees. Paths lead to displays of plants and trees each one more beautiful tha..
D75 F - 76119 Varengeville-sur-Mer
At the far end of Varengeville, to the left of the Dieppe road, stands the chapel, once a barn, containing a series of stained-glass windows created by Georges Braque and a canvas by the painter, Maurice Denis.