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Auberge des Ruines

Around Jumièges

Hotel Spa in Normandy at Jumièges

Welcome to Domaine Le clos des Fontaines. In this haven of peace nestled in the heart of the Boucles de la Seine and backing onto the Abbaye de Jumièges, where calm and pleasure reign supreme, you can recharge your batteries in an idyllic setting. Bright and personalized, each room has its own distinctive charm and atmosphere. Contemporary with clean lines, classic with soft tones... choose your style.

A charming hotel set in lush greenery, offering refined surroundings and incomparable peace and quiet. Immerse yourself in a world apart. Escape beyond well-being.

Museum Victor Hugo à Villequier

This beautiful 19th-century house facing the Seine was once owned by the Vacquerie family, wealthy shipowners from Le Havre, one of whose sons married Léopoldine, Victor Hugo's beloved daughter. The museum evokes the life of these two families and the tragic drowning of Léopoldine and her husband in the Seine.

The collections are made up of souvenirs of Hugo's stays there with his family. They bear witness to the breadth and diversity of the poet's work. Indeed, it is one of the most important collections of Hugo's original drawings and letters.

Tél : 02 35 56 78 31

Jumièges Abbey

Saint-Pierre de Jumièges Abbey, founded in 654 by Saint-Philibert, was first destroyed during the Norman invasions of the 9th century and rebuilt between the 10th and 11th centuries. Until the 17th century, the abbey played an essential role in the local economy, settling populations on the banks of the river, encouraging agrarian development, stimulating trade and generating sustained river activities.

The abbey is open daily from April 15 to September 15: 9:30 am to 6:30 pm and from September 16 to April 14: 9:30 am to 1 pm and 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm.

Admission is €6.

Groups (20 people or more): €5

Reduced admission (on presentation of proof): €4 (18-25 years, large families, teachers)

Free admission (on presentation of proof): under-18s (except school groups), unemployed, RSA or social assistance recipients School groups (maximum 30 pupils): €22

Reservations required for groups.

The Normandy Abbey Road

Comprising some thirty abbeys and priories, the route is a reminder of how richly endowed the Duchy of Normandy was in the Middle Ages. In the heart of the Park, you'll come across three of them on a journey of just 24km. 

Saint-Georges de Boscherville, Jumièges and Saint-Wandrille are real stops on your journey along the Seine, emerging from the landscape and time to tell you their story.