The national capital Paris is situated 70 miles (113 kilometers) southeast of Monterolier.
Monterolier is not the only place in Normandy worth experiencing; visitors with plenty of time should also rent a vehicle and set off to explore the magic of the nearby landscapes, communities and cultural attractions. Pay a visit to the Musee de la Ceramique and Place du Vieux-Marche in and around Rouen, some 17 miles (27 kilometers) to the northeast of Monterolier.
While you are staying in Monterolier, why don't you experience Amiens. Approximately 45 miles (72 kilometers) away, this regional city is where you can find Hortillonnages Floating Gardens, Samara and Amiens Cathedral. Musee de l'Hotel de Berny, Zenith Amiens and Jules Verne House are more points of interest in Amiens that should be on every visitor's to-do list.
Normandy has been blessed with some beautiful churches, guaranteed to delight believers and non-believers alike. History lovers won't want to miss the region's castles, war relics and monuments and historic bridges.
The wider region offers some great options for travelers who love water. Swimming and canoeing are both popular pastimes here.
Everything must end sometime, but be rest assured, when you're ready to leave Normandy, you'll be leaving with great photos and memories to remember your adventure.