Weather alerts issued
Weather data provided by darksky.com
The 20 sites closest sites to Quillebeuf Sur Seine
Useful sites close by, click on markers on map for more detail
Useful information for visiting France
Quillebeuf Sur Seine
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Eure , Normandie, France, 27680|
Login in to view the coordinates. It's totally free and you get so much more by joining in!
5m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Have you been here?
Be sociable! share your experience of Quillebeuf Sur Seine with others
User Lists Click to view
You are not logged in, or your session has expired
Reviews are the subjective opinion of the member and not of seachforsites.co.uk
Forget the view of the oil refinery across the Seine, the village is a step back in time, lots of timber framed buildings, very run down but stunning none the less. facilities, water, were not available in November but grey and brown waste ok. excellent stopover for the night. ferry over to la Havre is free (so I was told) A hidden gem! hard gravel standing surrounded by trees, great one night stopover, and free to boot. feels v. safe....View all reviews by brimar37
Nice popular aire at the end of the town with a good view of the river traffic. Services out of order when we visited, which is a pity. Shop and bakery are by the ferry terminal in the middle of the village, a pleasant 10mins walk away along the riverside.View all reviews by vanessavan
Nice little aire right by the Seine.View all reviews by flyingbluedog
Services ‘Hors du Service’ in November.
Fascinating boats and industry across the water. Walk along the river directly from the site. Good for dogs and their owners.
Grassed open spaced, free parking for 6 m/h on hard standing, situated along side the River, although view spoilt by refinery. Clean service area, water 3€ pay by token, available from shop and council office. Pleasant walks around village with houses dating back to 16th century. Cycle paths nearby.View all reviews by holly
Free parking for up to 6 motorbikes near the Seine. Interesting buildings in the village.View all reviews by billoreilly
There's an oil refinery on the other side of the river but it looks nice enough for an overnight stop. There are a couple of shops and a restaurant in the village.
Where did motorbikes come from? Should be motorhomes of course!View all reviews by billoreilly