From the home and gardens of Claude Monet to the Eure valley, here are the must-see sights.

With its location in the heart of Upper Normandy (Haute Normandie), land of history and traditions, Les Hautes Sources is ideally situated in a region home to numerous artistic and architectural treasures.

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  • Evreux 18-hole golf course (Golf d’Evreux) nearby. Read more…
  • Canoeing on the Eure river and microlight flights
  • Claude Monet’s house and gardens in Giverny (Maison et Jardin de Claude Monet): the birthplace of Impressionism. This international tourist attraction is a must for anyone visiting the region. Monet lived here for 43 years and the gardens were a source of inspiration for some of his most famous paintings. Read more…
  • The Giverny Impressionism Museum (Musée des Impressionnismes de Giverny) Claude Monet’s arrival in Giverny quickly attracted groups of American painters, eager to put into practice the Impressionist principles. A century later, Daniel Terra, an American business man and art collector, brought back these American works to their birthplace and opened the Museum of American Art, later to become the Giverny Impressionism Museum. Read more…
  • Vernon: riverside town and Norman gateway to the Seine valley, established in the 9th century by Rollon, the First Duke of Normandy. The must-see sights are the Notre Dame collegiate church (collégiale Notre Dame), the old town with its traditional Norman half-timbered houses, Bizy Castle (Château de Bizy), the gardens of the Saint Just Castle (Château de Saint Just) and the AG Poulain museum. Read more…
  • Gisors: Historical capital of the Vexin Normand The Saint Gervais and Saint Protais church (L’église Saint Gervais et Saint Protais) is well worth a trip, as is Gisors’ 11th century fortress (Château Fort de Gisors), which was once an administrative and political centre as well as a prominent royal residence. Read more…
  • Les Andelys: One of the most beautiful parts of the Seine valley, dominated by the ruins of one of the last impregnable fortresses, the imposing Château-Gaillard. The Saint Sauveur church and the Nicolas Poussin museum are also not to be missed. Read more…
  • The sights of the Eure valley: Buisson de May Castle and grounds (Château et parc du Buisson de May).

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