Stay in Sainte-Adresse & Le Havre
Classified as aUNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 for its post-war city center, the work of the famous architect, Auguste Perret, the city of Le Havre has never been so economically and culturally dynamic. Resolutely turned towards the future, it also reveals today an important historical heritage which has earned it the label City of Art and History.
Without forgetting its port and its pebble beach, located in the heart of the city, which also makes it a rare site in France.
The unmissable cliffs of Etretat and the picturesque port of Honfleur are only about twenty kilometers away...
Do not hesitate to ask us questions, we will be happy to advise you on the discoveries not to be missed.
Visit Le Havre
Here are some ideas for visits and discoveries not to be missed:
The Perret model apartment which will immerse you in the heart of the 1950s
The magnificentAndré Malraux Museum of Modern Art located on the seafront, presents remarkable impressionist and Fauve collections from the 19th and 20th centuries
The majesticSaint-Joseph Church, resembling a New York skyscraper, with its impressive 107m octagonal lantern tower, built in memory of the victims of the bombings and listed as a historic monument
The Hanging Gardens, labeled Remarkable Gardens and Botanical Gardens of France located in a former fort of Sainte-Adresse offer a splendid panorama over the bay of the Seine
Le Volcan, the national scene of Le Havre, built in the late 1970s by the famous Brazilian architect Oscar-Niemeyer.
La Maison de l’Armateur, a house-museum on five levels, a rare witness to the bourgeoise life of the Le Havre in the 18th century, which became a Museum of Decorative Arts in 2006
The Natural HistoryMuseum, ideal to discover with the family