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Authorised motorhome service point and night stop

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Jumièges, Seine-Maritime, Normandie, France, 76480

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http://www.jumieges.fr
ot-jumieges@wanadoo.fr
+33 (0) 235 372 897
Open from Jan to Dec
Parking reserved for buses and CC
Parking free
Water: 3 €
Purchase tokens in the following locations in Jumièges: the restaurant "La Taverne des Moines," the two bakeries, the Proxi store and the shop "La Mare au Rooster"
3m height and 3.5 ton weight limit on ferry from D913

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3m above sea level

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Review by: vanessavan
Visit date: Nov 2018
Unit type: Campervan
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6.75
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Between the abbey and the Bacs ferry, a large flat parking area with a services area in the corner. Quiet apart from the goats in the morning. Bakery (good) and general shop in the village, toilets up by the Marie and in the shop at entrance to the Abbey. Abbey well worth a visit
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Review by: timshaw61
Visit date: Jun 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.25
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Very convenient stop off after ferry crossing to Dieppe. Plenty of space and free ferry for small vans to take you onwards over the Seine. Restaurant Auberge du bac by the ferry is recommended. Book online as it gets busy.
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Review by: suavecarve
Visit date: Jul 2014
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8
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This was a lovely little spot with 12th or 13th century abbey and they had a most fantastic fete on with marquees and horses in a medieval style then the worst thunderstorm i have ever been involved in came down the seine and marquees were literally flying over our motorhomes. Trees uprooted and people trying to gra the animals. Absolute devastation. We could see the course of the typhoon the next day where 50 metres wide of wood was missing in different places along the road. We thought we were going to be rolled over. Anyway aprt from that it was nice
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