It is the proud Château-Gaillard, one of the most famous medieval fortresses in Normandy, which makes the town of the Andelys famous. A strategic position often disputed by the English and French armies. On the banks of the Seine, between two hillsides, it is divided into two parts, the Grand and Petit Andely. Its monuments and magnificent landscapes are well worth a visit. On the heights, on a rocky spur, discover the ruins of Château-Gaillard which was owned by Richard the Lionheart and Philippe Auguste among others. Along the river, below, Petit Andely will enchant you with its marina, old half-timbered houses and flowered quays. The history of Grand Andely is intimately linked to the past of the Duchy of Normandy. With its museum, Notre-Dame collegiate church, belfry and miraculous fountain, traces of the past, the Grand Andely also has 19th century bourgeois residences. Discover this commune and its unsuspected treasures.

The must-see places in Les Andelys

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