Discover the charm of Normandy
From our hotel in Dieppe
Explore Normandy from our hotel in Dieppe. Bordering the Pays de Caux, the Côte d'Albâtre, where Dieppe is located, stretches for 130 kilometres between Le Havre and Le Tréport and forms almost the entire coastline of the Seine-Maritime.
Located between the Côte Fleurie (Honfleur, Deauville, Trouville, Cabourg...) and the Baie de Somme, the Côte d'Albâtre with its high white chalk cliffs is bathed by the green and blue waters of the English Channel. It offers the most spectacular landscapes in Normandy. From Le Havre to Le Tréport via Fécamp and Dieppe, the seaside resorts are not lacking in charm. The light and the sea with its changing contrasts inspired impressionist painters such as Monet, Sisley, Boudin or Pissarro. Discover this charming region of Normandy during your stay at the Aguado Hotel.
From our hotel in Dieppe, explore the most charming sites in Normandy: the Castle-Museum of Dieppe, the Estran-Cité de la Mer, the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Rémy, the Scène nationale, the Manoir d'Ango, the Château de Miromesnil where Guy de Maupassant lived as a child, the Parc des Moutiers, the forest of Arques-la-Bataille... without forgetting the magnificent golf course on the cliffs of Dieppe, horse racing, all the nautical activities and the great walks on the Alabaster coast and in Normandy.
Between land and sea, the Dieppe countryside has so much to offer. Take a breath of fresh air as you wander through the varied landscapes: heritage, history, nature. From the castle of Arques to the Avenue Verte, an old railway line, via the Forêt d'Arques, let yourself be carried along by the rhythm of your steps.
If you are a sportsman, you will not be disappointed by the multitude of walks and bike rides available. Dieppe's countryside is a real green lung, offering you routes through a diverse nature.
While in Tourville-sur-Arques, visit the magnificent Château de Miromesnil, which has been marked by history and was the birthplace of the writer Guy de Maupassant. Its historical past has left many vestiges of the medieval period. With its 10 hectares, an enchanting interlude awaits you with the park composed of a bicentenary cedar, a garden/garden and a chapel.
A former fishing village, this small village later became a seaside resort attracting many impressionist painters such as Claude Monet. Surrounded by cliffs, the village seduces as much by its pebble beach as by its breathtaking view on Dieppe and its surroundings.
An artists' village near Dieppe, Varengeville-sur-Mer offers little nuggets to visit such as its church and the marine cemetery which welcomes visitors from all over the world.
Nestled above the sea, you can enjoy a magnificent view from the top of the cliff over the bay of Dieppe.
"Who has not seen Dieppe, has not seen Normandy" said the historian Jules Michelet. This port town, whose history is one of exploration and conquest, invites you to discover its glorious past and its beauty.