Paris, which is the national capital, is situated 100 miles (161 kilometers) southeast of Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc.
When it comes to getting the best from your precious vacation time, remember that Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc is just the tip of the iceberg; Normandy is dotted with scenic wonders. Rent a vehicle and drop in on Honfleur, which is roughly 10 miles (16 kilometers) away from Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc. In Honfleur, you can pay a visit to the Eugene Boudin Museum and Sainte Catherine Church. Another choice is to head to Fecamp. It's roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) from Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc and is home to the Abbaye de la Trinite and Benedictine Distillery.
When it's time to spread your wings, why not check out the nearest regional center. Le Havre is around 12 miles (19 kilometers) away and is home to visitor attractions including Le Havre St. Joseph Church, Musee de l'Ancien Havre and Stade Jules Deschaseaux. Make sure you don't rush back to Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc until you've investigated Le Havre's Volcano, Le Havre Cathedral and Musee Malraux.
The best places for tourists to visit when they first arrive in a place they have never been are the spots that offer a snapshot of the culture. Don't miss Normandy's history museums. Visit Normandy's historic historic bridges, it's a good way to familiarize yourself with the region's fascinating history.
Pack your equipment or rent it on the spot, and discover the local water activities. Canoeing is one option. Another option is swimming.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend what's left of your euros on that last souvenir and bid a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to the interesting characters you've met and the places you've spent time.