Eglise Notre-dame de Bonport

Religious buildings

Norman building with portal and porch from the 12th century, which was restored in the 16th century with a Gothic style presbytery and an exceptional lantern tower.
The name Notre-Dame de Bon Port really calls to mind the maritime nature of the city. Also don't be surprised to find offerings to saints there and graffiti by sailors, as well as a collection of model boats.
Another 'must see' are the multi-coloured stained glass windows from the 15th century which evoke the history of the navigation on the Seine in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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Eglise Notre-dame de Bonport


Phone : 02 32 57 51 25

Fax : 02 32 57 15 48


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Average time60 minutes -
Further informationFor groups: guided tour of the church and the old town of Quillebeuf sur seine, former beloved port of Henri IV. It is marked by the life of seamen from the past.
Guided tour town+church.


Visite commentée de l'église et de la vieille ville de Quillebeuf sur seine, ancien port chéri d'Henri IV.