As a land of Impressionism, Normandy has inspired the greatest artists. La Bouille is one of its charming villages that are bound to make an impression and has intrigued painters including Gauguin, Alfred Sisley, Albert Lebourg, Henri Vignet, William Turner and Pierre Eugène Duteurtre. Frequently called upon for the Normandy Impressionist Festival, La Bouille is overflowing with art galleries that highlight the talent of numerous artists. The birthplace of Hector Malot, you can admire the childhood home of the writer, the author of “Nobody’s Boy”.
La Bouille, land of Impressionism
This adorable commune reveals itself to be a haven of peace where life itself is a pleasure. Stroll along the banks of the Seine, explore the back alleys and contemplate the timbering and typical architecture of the village during a trip as a couple, with family or friends.
To see La Bouille from the river, board a cruise from Rouen and let yourself be carried away by the little villages along the curves of the Seine. A ferry links La Bouille to Sahurs and enables you to cross from one bank to the other easily.