Tourville-les-Ifs is situated 110 miles (177 kilometers) northwest of the national capital Paris.
From major tourist drawcards to lesser known nooks and crannies, Normandy is crisscrossed with sights and attractions. Fecamp, lies roughly 3 miles (5 kilometers) to the south. Head there to enjoy the Abbaye de la Trinite and Benedictine Distillery.
Around 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the southwest of Tourville-les-Ifs is Le Havre, an important regional city and the home of Musee de l'Ancien Havre, Stade Jules Deschaseaux and Musee Malraux. Ensure you don't rush back to Tourville-les-Ifs until you've visited Le Havre's Volcano, Le Havre St. Joseph Church and Le Havre Cathedral.
If you want to stay indoors, you can't do better than Normandy's excellent history museums. These are ideal places to soak up some of the local culture and perhaps find a special souvenir. People who spend time exploring Normandy delight in discovering the open-air markets dotted throughout the region.
Visitors who like to go beyond the usual sights will enjoy the area's culinary tours.
Be sure to take your tastebuds on an adventure through the culinary traditions of Normandy. Matelote (fish stewed in cider) and moules à la crème Normande (mussels in white wine) are just two popular dishes that will imbue visitors' with the true flavours of Normandy. After the main course dishes are cleared away sample the mouthwatering teurgoule (baked rice dessert).
As your holiday comes to an end, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Au revoir / À bientôt"