Visiting Honfleur by motorhome is possible. Panoramas of the Seine estuary, tourist route, walks bike, parking lots, we promise you a wonderful stay.

Travel the estuary route in a motorhome

An essential itinerary, the Estuary Road, from Saint-Sulpice to Honfleur, will offer you its share of wonders: panoramas, trails, Norman bocage and remarkable heritage. A pretty tourist route that takes you to Honfleur!

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Saint-Sulpice-de-Grimbouville and the medieval house

Saint-Sulpice-de-Grimbouville and the medieval house

Built by English carpenters at the beginning of the 15th century in a neighboring town, it was moved, because it was threatened with demolition due to its dilapidation. It now houses the town hall of Saint-Sulpice de Grimbouville, which in 1998, to save it, decided to move it to its commune.
Points of interest : Medieval house, Panorama over the Risle valley, Wash house, Sentier de l'anguille, church.

Continue along the Honfleur road, towards Foulbec, for 5km.


Open the door of the Saint-Martin de Foulbec church. Built mid-slope, near a ravine from where the view extends over the Risle valley, it houses a 1800th century framework and a porch decorated with angel heads. In XNUMX, a landslide revealed a sarcophagus, probably that of the founder of the church.

Points of interest

  • The Church,
  • The Fontaine du pré wash house
  • Moulin valley wash house

Continue along the Route de Honfleur, towards Conteville, for 5km


Discover the illustrious character of this commune: Abbot Gilles François Rever de Beauvez (1753-1828), parish priest of the church from 1784 to his death, but also a man of science and letters, teacher, elected politician and major contribution in this Normandy land - creator of the apple variety which bears his name "The Rever apple".

Points of interest

  • Presbytery
  • To see her
  • Saint-Maclou Church

Continue along the Route de Honfleur, for 3.2km


Discover the banks of the Seine in Berville-sur-mer. On the esplanade sits the rowboat "L'Annick" and the old rigging "La fleur des flots" (visible in the old port), they are witnesses to the dynamic past of the port of Berville and its fishermen, nicknamed the " Crablins.” 

From the Place des “Voiles de la liberté”, enjoy a panorama of the Seine estuary and an exceptional view of the Normandy Bridge.

Points of interest

Le 27 April 2024

Banks of the Seine en Folie

Esplanade of the sails of liberty, Berville-sur-mer
Bicycle festivalA wind of madness is blowing on the banks of the Seine A festival which highlights cycling, is held every year, on the banks of the Seine, in Berville-sur-mer. After several successful editions, Bords de Seine en Folie returns year after year, with cycling activities. Breathtaking view of the estuary…
Le 07 July 2024

The Sailors’ Festival in Berville

Each year the Seafarers' Association makes a point of organizing the Sailors' Day. The religious ceremony, celebrated in memory of the Berville Sailors, is followed by the parade of the children of the town, carrying the models of boats in procession up to 'to the shore where the blessing of the sea takes place. A reception and a banquet…

Continue along Rue de la République, towards Fatouville, for 3.6km


The town of Fatouville is full of gems, more or less known. Dare to venture out and discover a remarkable heritage!

Points of interest

  • The ancient Abbey of Grestain, a timeless place, nestled a few kilometers from Honfleur. Its park, wooded and crossed by a stream with beneficial waters, is open to the public all year round.
  • The old lighthouse was built in 1839 to guide navigation in the Bay of Seine. Raised to 132 m, it has been converted into guest rooms since 2000.
  • The Chapel of Carbec, built in 1060, rises in the Vilaine valley, above the sources of Saints healers. So, just a stone's throw from the Chapel, discover the Carbec Lavoir, where the spring flows...

Not to be missed in Fatouville

31 August 01 September 2024

The Medievals of Grestain

medieval immersionImmerse yourself in the history of the place and go back in time Historical reenactment companies invite you to discover daily civilian life (medieval cuisine, tapestry, calligraphy and illumination, coin making, etc.) and military (presentation of pieces of armor , weapons and professions: men-at-arms, archers, crossbowmen, military musicians). Explore the different camps to…

Continue towards Fiquefleur-Équainville, via the estuary road, for 6km


Discover the Romanesque Church, Saint-Georges de Fiquefleur. Classified and shaped like a cross, it is shaded by a thousand-year-old yew tree.

Continue for 4km, on the D580, towards La Rivière Saint Sauveur

La Riviere-Saint-Sauveur

Formerly devoted to agriculture and maritime activity, La Rivière Saint Sauveur is located at the gates of Honfleur.

Points of interest

  • The church: The church is the result of a transformation around 1840 of an old chapel into a parish church.
  • Place Harel: Junction point of the two ancient hamlets of La Rivière and Saint-Sauveur.
  • Viewpoint over the Val d'Orange.

Continue towards Honfleur, via the D580, for 4km


Your road trip on the Route de l’Estuaire is coming to an end. You have just arrived in the magnificent medieval city: Honfleur! Discover a rich heritage by exploring the cobbled streets, marvel at wandering in the gardens and make a gourmet stop in one of the many restaurants. Change of scenery guaranteed!

Where to park in Honfleur?

3 car parks are at your disposal: the eastern basin car park, the center car park and the Naturospace car park.

When to visit Honfleur?

Honfleur, 4-season destination, can be visited all year round. We advise you to avoid busy periods: weekends, summer periods, public holidays.

Traveling the magnificent estuary road takes you to Honfleur, your stopping point for a few hours or a few days. We offer you some good ideas for discovering the medieval city.

Discovering Honfleur also means visiting the surrounding areas. You're in luck, we have a lot to show you!

By camping-car

A cycling trip, what do you think?

Our territory offers numerous cycle routes, allowing you to explore the Pays d'Auge and its orchards, the banks of the Seine and its marshes, or even Beuzeville and its shops. You don't have a bike? Our partners offer you some at location !


Discover the cycling routes

Rather hiking?

27 hiking trails in estuary land! You will definitely find the one you like. Family loop in the forest, course in the heart of the marsh or long hike along the beach, all walkers will find what they are looking for in Terre d'Estuaire.

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