Me And My Camera in Regnéville

Regnéville is a delightful Normandy village and an important port dating from the 11th century. It sits at the mouth of the river Sienne and looks out onto a natural harbour surrounded by marshland. The first settlers in the village were Vikings who arrived by boat. The harbour enabled goods to be transported into the […]

Cycling Along the Headlands of La Sienne

Cycling arounds the headlands of La Sienne river affords wonderful views of the Normandy countryside. This 20km circular route starts in Regnéville-sur-Mer with views towards the remains of the bridge at Pont de la Roque, the nearby lime kilns, the lighthouse at Pointe d’Agon and the ruined chateau.  You’ll also pass through small villages typical […]


Normandy Advent Calendar, Day 13. The ruined chateau at Regnéville-sur-mer was constructed in the 12th century although much of what remains today dates from the 14th century. In the mid 15th century it was seized by the Duke of Gloucester. You can take a tour of what remains of the chateau although the tower (pictured) […]