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Nature and authenticity in the heart of Normandy

Discover the village of Quiberville-sur-Mer with its houses in sandstone, flint and half-timbering and its 19th century holiday villas. The 12th century church stands in lush greenery, and from the highest point of Quiberville-sur-Mer you’ll be amazed by a beautiful view of the sea, the Cap d'Ailly and the hinterland.

There is a wide choice of family walks for exploring the seashore, the Ailly woods, the banks of the Saâne and surrounding countryside.

The municipal campsite is ideally located along the seafront, which has a fine long promenade that overlooks the beach and connects two resorts, Quiberville-sur-Mer and Sainte Marguerite-sur-Mer.

For hikers, the GR21 footpath has been designed especially for you, taking you along the tops of the cliffs of the Alabaster Coast. Don’t forget your camera when you walk along this old coastal path; the views are breathtaking.

Many private parks and gardens open their doors for you to share their beauty. It is a real delight.

In the countryside around Quiberville-sur-Mer you will see lush scenery, the beautiful colours of the local flora and that special light that was so dear to the Impressionist painters.

Especially since this is the Pays du Lin (“Flax Country”), which brings together several activities based on linen and flax: that wonderful plant with delicate blue flowers, cultivated for centuries.

The charms of Quiberville-sur-Mer and its quiet, relaxed pace of life will conquer the hearts of all those who love the sea, nature and authenticity.