Paris, the national capital, is situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Cleon.
From major tourist drawcards to lesser known gems, the area around Cleon is wonderfully endowed with sights and attractions. Head 9 miles (14 kilometers) south to Rouen, where you can enjoy the Musee de la Ceramique and Place du Vieux-Marche.
Around 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the west of Cleon is Le Havre, a regional center which is home to Stade Jules Deschaseaux, Le Havre Cathedral and Le Havre St. Joseph Church. Musee de l'Ancien Havre, Musee Malraux and Volcano are just a few of the many other visitor attractions on offer here.
Step back in time in the Normandy area. Make the time to visit some of the war relics and monuments for which the area is renowned. To experience the spiritual side of Cleon, why not visit the area's many churches.
There are times when the most enjoyable way to understand a place is by using the knowledge of the locals. The Normandy offers a range of culinary tours.
For many, the appeal of world travel is exploring new flavors. Make sure you visit the region's the bars, cafés and restaurants in Normandy. Sample a couple of the local meals, like matelote (fish stewed in cider) and moules à la crème Normande (mussels in white wine). Teurgoule (baked rice dessert) is a great choice to end any Normandy food experience.
And at the end of your stay, pack your suitcase and wish Cleon "Au revoir / À bientôt" (farewell).