Le Havre: a town in Normandy worth discovering

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Coming to visit Le Havre and looking for sites of interest in the town and in its surrounding area? We have plenty of great ideas for you, whatever your tastes or interests.

A Normandy town located beside the English Channel and on the Seine estuary, Le Havre is known for its port activity. This town in the Seine-Maritime has magnificent sand and pebble beaches that offer truly delightful places to stroll just a 15-minute walk from the Hotel du Pasino. Awarded the Pavillon Bleu (Blue Flag), they welcome numerous bathers in the summer who also enjoy the water sports and leisure activities on offer. Classified as a Ville d’art et d’histoire (Art and History town), Le Havre boasts a rich and varied cultural heritage. A victim of bombings during the 2nd world war, it has been able to recreate a unique architecture, dominated by the lantern tower at Saint Joseph’s church, which stands 110 m high. Boasting many shops and restaurants, the town centre is lively and conducive to taking a stroll, shopping and enjoying a good meal. Le Havre has several museums that guarantee passionate visits, such as the André-Malraux Muesum of Modern Art, the Natural History Museum or the Armourers House-Museum. Founded in the 11th century and a listed historic monument, Graville Abbey also merits special attention, as does Le Volcan, which exhibits a unique and unusual style in a totally different register. The starting point of the famous Transat Jacques-Vabre, organized every 2 years, Le Havre proudly confirms its links with the maritime world. We invite you to take advantage of your stay at the Hotel Spa du Pasino to discover Étretat and Honfleur (30 minutes away), Deauville (45 minutes away), the Pont de Normandie and even the Seine Normande Nature Reserve. We have provided this interactive map to give you some ideas on what to visit in Normandy and help you to prepare your getaways in the Seine-Maritime.