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Around 80 miles east of Les Jonquerets-de-Livet is where you will find the major city of Paris.
Are you craving a bit of fresh sea air? Two wonderful places to get your fill are Fecamp Beach, 50 miles to the north, and Etretat Beach, 50 miles to the north.
Travel to Landepereuse, 2 miles away from Les Jonquerets-de-Livet. It's home to Beaumesnil Castle and Hippodrome de Bernay Victor Lebrun. Another idea is Granchain. It's about 2 miles out of Les Jonquerets-de-Livet, and is home to Golf Pastoral de la Charentonne and Couvent des Cordeliers.
When you are ready to venture further afield, visit a regional hub. Saint-Clair-d'Arcey is approximately 4 miles away and boasts a varied list of attractions, including ASLB Galaxy Paintball Normandie, Sainte-Croix de Bernay Church and L'Abbaye Park. Notre-Dame-De-La-Couture and Theatre Edith Piaf are additional sites that will keep you busy.
Swimming and canoeing are just some of the exciting watersports that'll keep you active.
Get a taste of local arts and culture at the various history museums of Normandy. They're all indoor venues, so you needn't worry about the weather.
Visitors should be sure to get out and about in the open air at some of the region's open-air markets.
History fans will discover will find plenty to keep them occupied. Don't forget to take your camera when you make the journey out to the region's ruins, castles, traditional villages, old towns, fortresses, historic bridges and war relics and monuments.
This region is known to have a rich religious dimension. You can witness this in its holy churches, cathedrals and monasteries.
To truly know the character of Normandy, you'll have to acquaint yourself with its signature spices and tastes.
Follow the lead of the locals and dine on matelote (fish stewed in cider) and moules à la crème Normande (mussels in white wine).
Save some room for some teurgoule (baked rice dessert) after your meal. This delectable dessert is perfect for sweet tooths.
True travel is about so much more than simply seeing the sights. It is also about immersing yourself in the words, stories and ideas of a country. Your days here will be more rewarding if you spare the time to practice a few everyday words and phrases in French. Bonjour translates to good morning in French. Santé ! À votre santé ! is also useful. It means cheers/good health.
Visiting on the 14th of July means you'll enjoy a closeup of Bastille Day.
It's a sad fact of life, but every vacation must eventually end. As the sun sets on your Les Jonquerets-de-Livet adventure, say "À plus tard", spend the last of your euros, and reflect upon all the wonderful adventures you've had.
Saint-Gatien Airport is your nearest airport at roughly 30 miles to the northwest, so make sure you give yourself plenty of time.
As there are no Les Jonquerets-de-Livet lodgings listed with Expedia, some people find it convenient to stay in St-Aubin-du-Thenney, which is only 5 miles away. The most comfortable options in St-Aubin-du-Thenney are the Hôtel de Courteilles and Libre Hôtel.