Church of Saint-Hélier

Patrimoine culturel,


A stone's throw away from the Seine estuary and the Normandy bridge, St Hélier's Church in Beuzeville is worth a visit! Built in the 12th century and improved in the 16th and 18th centuries, the three naves, the sanctuary and two chapels are now reminiscent of the serenity of Norman cloisters. As soon as you get in, you will be impressed by the exceptional quality of the colourful 19 stained-glass windows made by the famous glassmaker, François Décorchemont, between 1960 and 1966.



  • Groups welcome