The French department of Eure forms Upper Normandy which is in the North of France. Its name comes from the Eure river a tributary of the Seine, which runs straight through the area.
Eure boasts breathtaking natural landscapes as well as a rich heritage. The perfect spot for nature lovers due to its unspoilt natural heritage. Eure is a department committed in the protection of the environment and this passion can be seen throughout the area.
Property styles in the department of Eure varies from rectangular-shaped Longères properties that come with land and often outbuildings, half-timbered houses and red brick houses that some might say are similar to English style properties.
Catch the Eurostar from London St Pancras, change at Paris and hop on a train at Saint Lazare and you’ll be in Eure in less than five hours door-to- door. You can also fly to Caen or catch the ferry from Portsmouth to Le Havre, then head southeast on the A13.