Quillebeuf is located along the last meander of the river Seine. During your visit, you will see the house called "Henry IV" at No. 80-82 and the one called "Amirauté" (Admiralty) at No.102. Walk up to the lighthouse, dating back to 1862, and turn back to have a look at the Church Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Port, a beautiful example of Norman Romanesque architecture. It houses a collection of boat models and sailors' graffiti. The river ferry, called "bac", still allows people to cross the river in a very picturesque way.
The town is part of the Boucles de la Seine Normande Regional Natural Park.
- Average duration of the individual visit: -1 min
- Average duration of the group visit: 90 min