10 MIN FROM GIVERNY AND 1 HOUR FROM PARIS, DISCOVER THE HOTEL DU MOULIN, A BUCOLIC AND GOURMET STOPOVER AT THE GATES OF NORMANDY.

 
 
 

Village of Giverny

The second most popular tourist destination in Normandy after Mont St Michel and the birthplace of the Impressionists, Claude Monet's village has retained all its charm and appearance of yesteryear with its picturesque streets and flower gardens.

A walk in the land of artists where you can also visit the two sites of Giverny: The Monet Foundation and the Giverny Museum of Impressionism

The Monet Foundation

Claude Monet lived in his house in Giverny for 43 years, from 1883 to 1926. He was as passionate about gardening as he was about colour, and he designed his flower and water gardens as works of art.
Walking through his garden and house, visitors can still feel the atmosphere of the master of Impressionism and marvel at the flower compositions and water lilies that were his most fertile sources of inspiration.

The Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny

The Musée des Impressionnismes in Giverny is one of the most important addresses for the great names of this artistic movement. From the end of March to the beginning of November, discover each year several temporary exhibitions as well as a permanent exhibition on the world of Claude Monet.

Domaine de Villarceaux

Located in the heart of the French Vexin Regional Natural Park, 10 minutes from Le Moulin, the Villarceaux estate, nicknamed "the pearl of the Vexin", presents a unique group of buildings dating from the 14th to the 19th century and classified as Historic Monuments, in a setting of gardens that have been awarded the "Remarkable Garden" label.

Castle of La Roche Guyon

The castle of La Roche-Guyon is a French castle. A former ruined fortress carved into the rock, dominated by its keep, it received major additions in the 18th century as well as an English garden and a French kitchen garden. 10 minutes away.
 

Vexin Regional Park

A few minutes away from the Moulin de Fourges, the Vexin regional park reveals its assets: La Roche Guyon, classified as one of the "most beautiful villages in France" and its castle, but also Vétheuil, which has welcomed some illustrious inhabitants such as Claude Monet, who stayed there for several years, and Joan Mitchell... A little further away, Les Andelys is also worth a diversion, with its walks along the water's edge, and Richard the Lionheart's fortress

 
 

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