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The surrounding area

Rich in historical heritage and magnificent natural surroundings, the Seine-Maritime possesses wonders just waiting to be discovered! Numerous tourist trails, walking and cycling trails as well as horseriding paths allow you to get close to these riches, immersing yourself fully in the natural, preserved environment.

Pourville-sur-Mer

The beach at Pourville-sur-Mer is the image of the Cote d’Albatre, immaculate. Enjoy a beautiful stroll along the undulating countryside and make the most of this town which has been classified as a “Station Verte”. (a top award for French resorts)

The GR21

This walking trail includes numerous, remarkable viewing points over Pourville-sur-Mer and also especially over Varengeville-sur-Mer. It provides some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the region.

Dieppe-Pourville Golf Course

One of the oldest Normandy golf courses perched on the cliffs between Dieppe and Pourville offers you a varied and wooded 18 hole course from which there are magnificent views over the sea and the cliffs of Pourville and Varengeville. The 18 hole Dieppe-Pourville course is spread over some 60 hectares. (approx 150 acres)

Tennis courts, crazy golf, horse riding centre.

Dieppe (6km away)

With its long beach, its perched castle and its port in the heart of the town, Dieppe has an inimitable charm which has resulted in it being the best seaside resort in France. A blend of maritime, cultural and gastronomic tradition, the town offers today the whole range of tourist services and facilities….

Leisure places and monuments: L’Estran Cite de la mer, Le Chateau Musee (castle museum), Le Memorial du 19 aout 1942, the Casino, the Jehan Ango pleasure port

  • Sailing, quad bikes, go-karts
  • Flights over the coastline and region’s countryside
  • 8 lane Bowling Alley
  • Horse racing
  • Boat trips out to sea and boat hire
  • Water and Thalassotherapy centre: les Bains Dieppe
  • Discover England via Transmanche ferries

Etretat (79km away)

What can one say about Etretat other than that it is a unique site which attracts people there all year round.
Framed by the famous arches of les portes d’Amont and d’Aval, and bordered by cliffs, which are about 90 metres high, Etretat is to Normandy what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. A true display of arches and peaks, this little town on the Cote d’Albatre became famous notably thanks to the writer Arsene Lupin who once lived there.

Eu-Le Treport (40km away)

Eu : Backing on to a vast and magnificent forest, a theatre of lights and legends, Eu possesses the most important heritage development site in Normandy after Rouen.

Things to see: Chateau d’Eu, notre Dame collegiate church

Le Treport, seaside resort, jewel of the Belle Epoque era strewn with multi-coloured villas and given its liveliness by the fishing port.

Also to discover in Seine-Maritime:

The regional park of the loops of the river Seine bordered by prestigious abbeys.

Rouen with its artistic and religious heritage.

Fecamp invites visitors to discover the abbey church of la Trinite and the Benedictine Palace.

Latest news

A third star

08/08/12

All the team at Le Marqueval are delighted to announce that the site has been awarded its third star!