Regneville Sur Mer au coucher du soleil dans la manche en normandie.
©Coucher de soleil sur Regnéville sur Mer|Teddy bear
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Regnéville-sur-Mer : The charm of the past

In the narrow street of Regnéville-sur-Mer, the scent of great departures towards the open sea still floats. A beaching port since the Middle Ages, this seafarers’ village has preserved its maritime character. Shaped by centuries of history, it is today a small haven of peace.

Regnéville-sur-Mer is a timeless village, with a landscape shaped by the tides. Along the harbour, Regnéville-sur-Mer’s maritime identity can be felt : located in the Havre de la Sienne, the port of Regnéville is a beaching port that was once active with the lime trade and fishermen heading for the New World.

Cour à tôt ruelle de Regnéville sur mer
©Ruelle à Regnéville-sur-Mer|Teddy Bear

Regnéville-sur-Mer is a charming village where you can enjoy exploring street after street, the numerous stone houses of Montmartin. Take a trip to the beauty of the neighbouring hamlets of Grimouville and Urville, our own little corner of the world!

Crossing the Havre de la Sienne :

We strongly advise you not to attempt it alone, but several local associations offer you the opportunity to cross the Havre de la Sienne with a nature guide, from Regnéville-Sur-Mer towards the Pointe d’Agon. This is a complete nature outing where you can discover the haven on foot from a different point of view. Considered as one of the largest reserves of European bird species, during its visit you will be able to see flora composed of plants evolving in this maritime environment.

The must see places

of your visit

in Regnéville-sur-Mer

  • Château de Regnéville-sur-Mer
  • Havre de Regnéville-sur-Mer
  • Lime kilns
  • Villages of Urville and Grimouville
  • In season: the summer market in the courtyard of the château on Friday evening
  • Bike rides through the old streets and alleyways