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Take the A28 motorway and get off at the mill decalles. From this exit, you will find the town of Yquebeuf just 2 kilometers away. Yquebeuf is located approximately 20 kilometers from Rouen.



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  • Rouen Cathedral: Located in the city of Rouen, approximately 20 kilometers from Yquebeuf, Rouen Cathedral is a magnificent Gothic masterpiece. It is renowned for its intricate facade, stunning stained glass windows, and connection to famous painter Claude Monet, who created a series of paintings featuring the cathedral.
  • Jardin des Plantes de Rouen: Situated in Rouen, Jardin des Plantes is a beautiful botanical garden spanning over 8 hectares. It offers a serene escape with various themed gardens, an impressive greenhouse, a rose garden, and a charming pond. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks, admire the diverse plant species, and relax in a tranquil environment.
  • Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen: Located in the heart of Rouen, this museum houses an extensive collection of artworks from the 15th to the 21st century. Visitors can explore masterpieces by renowned artists such as Monet, Renoir, and Delacroix, as well as admire a significant collection of ceramics, sculptures, and decorative arts.
  • Château de Martainville: Situated approximately 30 kilometers from Yquebeuf, the Château de Martainville is a remarkable Renaissance-style castle. It now serves as the Museum of Norman Arts and Traditions, displaying a rich collection of furniture, costumes, ceramics, and other artifacts showcasing Norman rural life and heritage.
  • Musée Pierre Corneille: Located in Petit-Couronne, just a short drive from Yquebeuf, this museum is dedicated to the famous French playwright, Pierre Corneille. Housed in a charming 16th-century building, visitors can explore the life and works of Corneille through exhibits, manuscripts, and interactive displays.
  • Basilique Notre-Dame de Bonsecours: Situated on a hill overlooking Rouen, the Basilique Notre-Dame de Bonsecours is a striking pilgrimage site. Known for its panoramic views of the city and the Seine River, the basilica attracts visitors with its exceptional architecture, religious significance, and serene surroundings.
  • Musée de la Céramique de Rouen: Located in the historic center of Rouen, this museum showcases the city's rich ceramic heritage. It displays an extensive collection of Rouen faience, porcelain, and pottery dating from the 16th to the 20th century. Visitors can learn about the history of ceramic production and admire the intricate craftsmanship.
  • Château Gaillard: Situated in Les Andelys, approximately 55 kilometers from Yquebeuf, Château Gaillard is a medieval fortress built by Richard the Lionheart. The impressive ruins offer breathtaking views of the Seine Valley and provide a glimpse into the region's medieval history.
  • Musée Victor Hugo: Located in Villequier, around 30 kilometers from Yquebeuf, this museum is dedicated to the life and works of the renowned French writer, Victor Hugo. Set in a charming 17th-century house, visitors can explore Hugo's relationship with the village, his writings, and his family history. 10. Parc de Clères: Situated in Clères, approximately 40 kilometers from Yquebeuf, this zoological park combines a beautiful landscaped garden with a diverse collection of animals. Visitors can stroll through the park's lush surroundings and observe various species, including rare birds, lemurs, kangaroos, and more. Please note that distances provided are approximate and may vary depending on the specific route taken.