As the counter-part to Lower Normandy, Upper Normandy is the other Normandy region in France. Surrounding Upper Normandy holiday homes is a wide mix of history which it's famous for; from the Normandy D-Day landings, to once housing an internationally known artist. There are many small villages around holiday accommodation Upper Normandy which all have something to offer, for example Les Andelys is a medieval town with some great castles and cathedrals to see, including the Petit Andely Saint Sauveur Church and the Château Gaillard which was designed and built by the famous Richard the Lionheart.
Some of the more well-known towns close to holiday accommodation Upper Normandy include Rouen, which is the regions capital, Le Havre and Giverny. Giverny is where Claude Monet lived for many years and the town inspired many of his paintings including haystacks and water lilies. Visit his house from Upper Normandy holiday homes and walk around his garden to see the water-lily pond and Japanese bridge which inspired the famous painting. In Rouen lies the Rouen Cathedral which dates back to the 4th century and they project some of Monet's cathedral paintings onto the cathedral's façade during summertime after dark. The town itself is also beautiful with its quays on the river Seine, its half-timbered houses and ancient clock.
Le Havre is another well-known town close to Upper Normandy holiday homes and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the soviet-style planning of the town which was rebuilt in concrete after it was destroyed in WWII. It's also home to France's second largest port and ferries run from here everyday to Portsmouth and Newhaven in southern England.