From La Cerlangue, you cycle along the Seine Valley for some 15km, between cliffs and industrial factories, crossing the parishes of Saint-Vigor-d'Ymonville, Sandouville, Oudalle, Rogerville, Gonfreville-l'Orcher and Harfleur, before reaching Le Havre. You arrive in the greater Le Havre Seine Métropole area via the RD982 road – take care along it. From Rogerville, a greenway enables you to enter the town of Le Havre itself, bypassing the La Brèque spaghetti junction after Harfleur. Once in Le Havre, there’s a cycle lane beside the RD6015 road leading you all the way to the beach.
SNCF train station
- Le Havre SNCF train station
- Harfleur: the medieval town centre
- Le Havre:
- Natural History Museum: with playful interactive exhibitions presenting flora, fauna and minerals
- Perret’s archetypal flat, immersing you in the 1950s
- Un Eté au Havre, featuring over 20 works of contemporary art on a grand scale, to be spotted around town, across the year.
- MuMa (Musée André Malraux), boasting the second most important collection of Impressionist works in France