In the heart of Normandy, Pays deCaux offers a wide variety of landscapes and facilities to discover.

From the Marais Vernier to the Cliffs of Etretat, you will discover all the riches of the Pays de Caux around the cottage which is located in La Cerlangue village.  From the visit of the city of Le Havre and its harbour authorities to the Armada event, through walks and visits to museums, let yourself be guided by your desires!

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PontDeTancarville

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The Tancarville Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans the Seine between Tancarville (Seine-Maritime) and Marais-Vernier (Eure). Started in 1955, it was put into operation in 1959. At this time, the bridge had the longest central span in Europe, 608 meters. It was one of the first projects of this magnitude occurring without fatal accident.

 



 

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The Pont de Normandie
is a cable-stayed bridge spanning the Seine estuary. It connects Le Havre (Seine-Maritime) right bank (A29/RN 1029) to the north, Honfleur (Calvados) left bank south (A29). Its total length is 2 141.25 metres including 856 meters of main span measured between the two towers.

 




MaraisVernier

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The Marais Vernier is a marshy plain of 4500 ha occupying the bottom of an ancient meander of the Seine, near the estuary of the Seine. Bounded on the north by the last bend of the Seine, it ends on the south ridge of the hill of the old meander beyond which begins Roumois region. As a natural amphitheater, this unique micro region is recognized throughout Europe for its rich flora and fauna. It is also one of the most typical loops of the Seine Normandy sites with reed banks, wet meadows and 2000 hectares of bogs which arethe largest in France.




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Severely affected by the bombings of World War II, the city of Le Havre was reborn from the ashes to become a port, logistics and industrial center of European dimension, which ranks it, with its harbour authority, second behind Marseille in French ports.

The city is listed by UNESCO “Heritage of Humanity”. Malraux Museum is worth a visit as it houses an impressive collection of Modernist works that coasting along the art of previous centuries and contemporary art. Notre Dame Cathedral, the Museum of Natural History and the Priory Graville also merit a mention.

 



 

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Nestled in lush greenery, Honfleur, medieval seaside town reveals its riches to those who can look up … Throughout the city the past emerges and challenges us …

Discover its port, its picturesque streets and old houses in the heart of a protected area of 37 hectares.

 

 




 

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Romantic theater opened on the Channel , Etretat inspired the most illustrious artists. The singular form of the cliffs invite imagination. Moments on site are enough to understand why.