Caudebec-en-Caux – Tips
|Calais||A16, A28 and A29. Exit at Yvetot (exit 9), D313 to the Pont de Bretonne, exit before the bridge.||2:15 hours||via Paris
|Paris||A13, D313. After crossing the Pont de Bretonne, follow the Caudebec-en-Caux signs||2 hours||Train to Yvetot, then bus.
|Dieppe||N27 to Yvetot, then the D313 to the Pont de Bretonne, exit before the bridge||1 hour||via Rouen and Yvetot
|Le Havre||A131 and the D982||1 hour||Train to Yvetot, then bus.
|Cherbourg||N13, A13, D313||2:30 hours||via Caen, Rouen and Yvetot:
|Marseilles||via Paris: A7, A6 and A13||9 hours||via Paris, then Yvetot, then bus:
Caudebec is so small that you can walk from one end to the other in 10 minutes.
There are a couple of restaurants (normal French food, crepes, pizza), but only one springs out above any of them, the Manoir de Retival (click on the link for more information). The Manoir is highly recommendable if you have that kind of a budget and palate, an din 2016 it got its first Michelin star.
Things To See/Things To Do
- Visit the 15th century Notre-Dame church and their amazing stained-glass windows dating back to the 15th and 16th century.
- Visit the Templars’ House (when it’s finally restored).
- Walk the quai of the Seine and look at the massive ships going to / coming from Rouen.
- Walk up the Pont de Bretonne to have a bird’s eye view of the Seine river and Caudebec-en-Caux.