Paris, the capital of France, is situated about 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the southeast of Franqueville-Saint-Pierre.
From firmly-established, must-see spots to secret places that are waiting just for you, Normandy is dotted with things to do and see. If you're on the lookout for more ways to enjoy the region, try the Musee de la Ceramique and Place du Vieux-Marche in and around Rouen, which you'll find roughly 5 miles (8 kilometers) to the southeast of Franqueville-Saint-Pierre.
About 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the west of Franqueville-Saint-Pierre is Le Havre, an important regional city and the home of Le Havre St. Joseph Church, Musee de l'Ancien Havre and Musee Malraux. Stade Jules Deschaseaux, Volcano and Le Havre Cathedral are also worth calling into before heading back to Franqueville-Saint-Pierre.
If the weather looks good, head outdoors and discover Normandy's open-air markets. Normandy is graced with a number of churches and other places of worship, great places to get a taste of Franqueville-Saint-Pierre's soul.
Take your own equipment or rent it on the spot, and get out onto the water. Canoeing is an option. Another option is swimming.
You'll be sad to say "Au revoir / À bientôt" (farewell) to this magnetic part of the world.