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Located 5 km from the sea between Dieppe and Veules les Roses, you can find various sports, leisure and cultural activities.
The historical and cultural heritage of Normandy is very rich, to help you choose the kind of activity that fits your palate, you can consult the tourist office website of Dieppe or Saint Valéry en Caux.
You will also find there all the list of activities planned for the summer season.
Sheltered by two high cliffs, the city stretches on both sides of the Arque Coast.
This seaside resort and tourist spot of Albâtre Coast is popular to both the English and Parisians; it retains few architectural memories of its golden age.
In the 14th and 15th centuries, the port gave birth to many adventurers, privateers, explorers and shipowners who navigated the various seas of the Globe. 200 years ago, Dieppe was the first seaside town in France.
It has kept its beautiful promenade along the sea.
City of Art and History, Dieppe is a dynamic and lively port city.
On weekends, the café terraces on the port are always full.
Every two years, the International Kite Festival puts on a magical spectacle.
It is the most important gathering of this kind in Europe.
Etretat 70 km
Once a modest fishing village, Étretat has become a renowned seaside resort, located north of Le Havre in Normandy, on the Manche coast in the Caux Region.
The extraordinary and monumental aspect of its almost immaculate white chalk cliffs and its grayish pebble beaches have made it one of the places of international interest.
Famous paint artist like Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin or Claude Monet have contributed a lot to its publicity, by immortalizing its detail.
Writers like Gustave Flaubert and Guy de Maupassant were faithful to the place while Maurice Leblanc, who lived there, contributed to the myth surrounding the area in an adventure by Arsène Lupine entitled L'Aiguille creuse.
Eu – Le Tréport 46km
These intimate sisters resting on the Bresle valley are the last attractions you will find at the Normandy Albâtre coast. Eu and Le Tréport are two towns of character where the flavors of the land meet the scents of the sea.
Both offer amazing walks where the curious will enjoy discovering the most original ceramic plates or being charmed by the sweet scent of the roses from Château d'Eu.
The Cycle route of Lin
The Cycle route of Lin 1km from the campsite is a multi-hiking route between Dieppe and Fécamp, around 80 km long and parallel to the Coastal Cycle Route.
This is mainly a "greenway" type of development which, in accordance with the Highway Code, is a road exclusively reserved for the circulation of non-motorized vehicles (pedestrians, cyclists, rollerbladers, people with reduced mobility, etc...) .
This itinerary will therefore serve, in the long term, an alternative to the Coastal Cycle Route by offering users a more secure and topographically flatter route.
Also not to be missed
- Rouen and its historic city center
- Lisieux, Mont Saint Michel, Norman Abbeys (Saint Wandrille, Bec Hellouin, etc.)
- Leisure parks
- The local gastronomy
- Seafood and fish markets and… cheeses!