Upper Normandy attracts many visitors. On the coast, Fécamp and Tréport have become small bustling resorts, while the cliffs of Etretat offer magnificent views. Founded in 1974, the Brotonne Regional Natural Park, which includes the forest of the same name, covers several communities and allows you to discover the diverse countryside. Rouen, the medieval town, Giverny, the last refuge of the painter Monet, abbeys and monasteries, manor houses and castles, including the famous Chateau d'Eu, a stronghold of the Orleans family, are all sites appreciated by lovers of culture.
Upper Normandy is a green region, rich in parks and gardens. The Normandy countryside will delight nature lovers and offers many opportunities for hiking, cycling or horse riding.