Rejuvenate on the Côte d'Albâtre
Pourville, a former fishing village, was a popular seaside resort in Haute-Normandie in the early 19th century.
This small village attracted many Parisians and painters at the time. Claude Monet painted several landscapes here.
From Dieppe to Pourville
Less than 10 minutes from our spa hotel in Dieppe, La Tour aux Crabes, discover Pourville and its cliffs. You can get there by driving along the Côte d'Albâtre.
Overlooking the Channel and 700 metres long, Pourville beach is ideal for swimming and water sports enthusiasts. Canoeing, surfing and paddle boarding are just some of the activities you can enjoy on your Normandy holiday!
A lovely stroll along the Normandy seafront
Make the most of your stay in Pourville by taking a stroll along the seafront with your partner, family or friends. It's the ideal place for a lovely walk with a breathtaking view of Dieppe and the surrounding area!
You can also walk along the famous Pourville cliffs, a must on your visit.
This is one of the best vantage points for admiring the sunsets! With a beautiful view of the white chalk cliffs, this view was one of Claude Monet's favourites.