- Rouen — the historical capital of the region
- Les Andelys — an historic medieval town, the site of a remarkable castle and churches
- Clères — a small village, with a zoological park, and an automobile museum
- Dieppe — seaside resort, ferries to England and site of a disastrous WW2 landing by the allies
- Étretat — world-famous arches in chalk cliffs
- Évreux — the capital of the Eure department
- Giverny — the rural retreat of the impressionist painter Claude Monet
- Le Havre
- Le Tréport - small fishing port and seas side resort. Impressive cliffs.
- Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville — abbey church with restored gardens and art exhibitions
- Vascœuil — small restored château with art exhibitions and permanent open-air sculptures
- Le Crevierit — beautiful valleys and apple orchards
- Seine Valley — fantastic scenery along the meanders of the Seine
The lower valley of the River Seine runs through this region, which combines the administrative départments of Eure and Seine-Maritime.
The A13 motorway by and large follows the Seine Valley from Paris to the suburbs Rouen, then turns west/south-westward towards Caen in Lower Normandy, with a branch crossing the Seine river to Le Havre.
Driving is the only way to reach many of the more rural attractions.
- The white cliffs of the Alabaster Coast in Étretat
- Get centered at Tapovan Normandy: Yoga & Ayurvedic Massage Centre. Hameau de Anneville, 76540 Sassetot le Mauconduit. +33 1 45 77 90 59. Between Fécamp (12 km) and Dieppe (43 km). 60 km from Le Havre and Rouen. Set in a peaceful natural setting, this ayurvedic centre offers week-long treatments and trainings in various ayurvedic arts: Hatha & nada yoga, reiki, ayurvedic/oil massage, Shirodhara (oil treatments), vegetarian cooking, pre/post-natal massage, etc. An international colloquium is hosted in May. Closed in winter.