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Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Seine-Maritime

City of more than 9700 inhabitants, is located in Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine region Normandy, in the department of Seine-Maritime. It takes place in the district of Le Havre, in the country of Caux. The town was born in 2015 with the merger of towns nearby, like Gravenchon.

City news Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine does not possess no less a certain charm due to its position in the heart of the Normandy countryside, on the banks of one of the most important rivers of the country. Located near the sea, the town is perfect for enjoying all the advantages of the region and enjoy all the customs and practices prevailing in Seine-Maritime and neighboring Calvados.

Geographical information

Tourism label
Latitude49.4891080 (N 49° 29’ 21”)
Longitude0.5676240 (E 0° 34’ 3”)
Surface area30.50 km²
Population9733 inhabitants
Density319 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureRouen (74 km, 58 min)
Insee code76476
IntercommunalityCC Caux Vallée de Seine

Nearest cities & towns

Petiville3.7 km (8 min)
Lillebonne5.8 km (8 min)
Norville6.6 km (8 min)
La Frénaye7.3 km (8 min)
Saint-Maurice-d'Ételan8.2 km (11 min)
Grand-Camp8.3 km (11 min)
Saint-Jean-de-Folleville8.6 km (11 min)
Anquetierville8.8 km (11 min)
La Trinité-du-Mont9 km (13 min)
Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Haie10.1 km (14 min)
Saint-Arnoult10.9 km (11 min)
Tancarville11 km (18 min)
Lintot11.3 km (16 min)

Things to see and do

Norman consolidation of four towns, Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine reveals some beautiful sights to admire.

Notre-Dame-de-Gravenchon reveals the most important architectural heritage of the new city. Fontaineval the remains of the castle We discover there the eleventh century and a feudal mound of the same time, a dovecote seventeenth century church of Our Lady of the twelfth century and rebuilt in the seventeenth and the nineteenth century, or even the very beautiful Old manor. The latter, built in the seventeenth century, has a barn of the thirteenth century. It is used community hall today.

Touffreville-la-Cable has an impressive thirteenth century church with a sepulchral slab of time. Not far away, a manor farm of the sixteenth century stands proudly with its timber-framed sitting on flint. Several cross different times run through the village.

A Auberville-la-Campagne, the beautiful Church of St. John the Baptist is worth a look.

The Church of St. John the Baptist Triquerville has been listed historical monument.

Places of interest

Performance halls

Events and festivities

Between May and October, Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine offers country farmers' market.

In May, the city hosts an interesting game festival.


Wednesday 18 october
Min. 12°C - Max. 19°C
Thursday 19 october
Min. 12°C - Max. 16°C
Friday 20 october
Min. 10°C - Max. 15°C

Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Outdoor adventure trail in Normandy
Entertainment13 € Fécamp (32 km)
Pottery, ceramics, turning and modelling course
Arts and Crafts45 € Blangy-le-Château (35 km)
Museum House of the Beliefs and Traditions of the Earth
Culture and education3 € to 4 € Saint-Pierre-en-Port (36 km)
Rose and kitchen gardens at Mesnil Geoffroy Castle
Nature and the great outdoors7 € Ermenouville (39 km)


Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Saracens Path
HikeEasy3h00Condé-sur-Risle (19.7 km)
Stroll Impressionist
Village visitIntermediate2h00Honfleur (25 km)
Côte de la vierge
HikeEasy4h00Fécamp (33 km)
Plain and valleys
HikeEasy4h00Senneville-sur-Fécamp (33 km)
Trip of discovery about heritage and history of Vittefleur
HikeEasy1h35Vittefleur (37 km)


Bed & breakfasts

Vacation rentals



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