Paris, which is the national capital, is situated 95 miles (153 kilometers) southeast of Hericourt-en-Caux.
Don't restrict yourself to Hericourt-en-Caux; this region has been blessed with an abundance cultural and scenic attractions just waiting to be explored. For more things to see and do, head to the Abbaye de la Trinite and Benedictine Distillery in and around Fecamp, which lays roughly 14 miles (23 kilometers) to the east of Hericourt-en-Caux.
Around 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest of Hericourt-en-Caux is Le Havre, a regional center home to Volcano, Le Havre St. Joseph Church and Stade Jules Deschaseaux. Musee Malraux, Musee de l'Ancien Havre and Le Havre Cathedral a few of the other attractions to see for those who have time left.
Take a trip to Normandy's history museums. These are excellent spots to explore, particularly on overcast or inclement days. A great way to understand an area is by knowing about its earlier days. Don't miss the fortresses while you are here.
Visitors with special interests will enjoy the region's culinary tours.
Discover the culture of Normandy by trying out the food that is eaten here. How about trying matelote (fish stewed in cider) or moules à la crème Normande (mussels in white wine)? Both dishes are popular in this area. Teurgoule (baked rice dessert) is a good way to conclude your dining experience.
All things have to end, but be rest assured, when you're ready to leave Normandy, rest assured, you'll have lots of memories to treasure.