In Normandy, Le Havre, world heritage of the humanity, is a city to be discovered. Le Havre city centre is the first 20th century urban settlement in Europe to be added to the world heritage list. The unusual architecture made of concrete was created by Auguste Perret after the destruction of the city centre in 1944. You can visit the historic showflat built by Perret.
It is also the birthplace of impressionism: visit the Malraux museum with a collection of Eugène Boudin’s paintings. The Malraux museum is the largest collection of impressionist paintings in France after Paris.
From April to September, the “Bains Maritimes” provide various services including: locker rooms, showers, toilets, bike parking lot, loans of special equipment to people with special needs so they can have access to the sea; lots of bars and restaurants offer quality gastronomy from the simplest to the most unusual or cosmopolitan of meals.

Ask for a guided tour by a greeter

Honfleur is very close to Le Havre, just the other side of the river La Seine. Take the Normandy bridge: fabulous view on the river and the sea. You can also drive to Trouville, Deauville, Cabourg.

Etretat and its cliffs is also very close to le Havre: 20 minutes drive. Fécamp is a little bit further from Etretat, it’s also a nice place to visit.

Nathalie Lutsen will be happy to show you the different itinaries of visits, will give you plans and documents.