The historic downtown area of Le Havre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a good example of typical post-World War II architecture. Walk around the area during your stay at our Campanile hotels and see, among other sites, the Abbey de Graville, the Notre Dame du Havre cathedral, the Saint-Michel d’Ingouville chapel and the hanging gardens.
If you spend a week in Le Havre, enjoy its port and the activities that revolve around it. Why not go out big-game fishing for a day to learn about the trade? The most curious of tourists can stroll through the old town and discover the historic monuments that make it so special. And take a tour of the famous fish market at the Port du Havre, which combines quality, freshness and affordability!
Taking a boat ride on a sunny day will let you experience the sea and have fun as a family. With smaller children, take a trip to Girafou, a covered playground, ideal for rainy days.Parc de la Salvagette in Lanquetot is fun and lets children discover the regional wildlife. They can get close to the animals, pet them and learn more about them. Last, consider taking the car from your Campanile hotel to explore the surrounding area.