History of town of Amecourt
The village of Amecourt located in the department of Eure and the Haute-Normandie region. He was born in the late Middle Ages, specifically between 500 and 750 AD. According discoveries during archaeological excavations, the researchers were able to prove the installation of the Romans in the village. Over the centuries, Amecourt became one of the last villages in Normandy after the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte that made the river Epte the border of Normandy.
Tourism and visits Amecourt
The small village of Amecourt has several monuments. Tourists can discover a multitude of statues, including: Anne statue and the statue of the Blessed Virgin. Besides the statues, they have the opportunity to visit a castle that dates from the seventeenth century and a laundry. This is a little below the village. The church of Saint-Hilaire XII century is also a remarkable monuments of the village. Still other visits announce interesting in common Amecourt. To do this, visitors are invited to discover The Farm Guerquesalle. It is a completely free tour to see the farm itself, the mill on the farm and Lévrière characterized by organic livestock.
We offer you a service of locomotion that help you in your move in the village of Amecourt. Therefore, you have to choose between the private car, luxury car or VIP shuttle collective.
Transfer shuttle to Paris airports Amecourt
The small village of Amecourt is 26km from Beauvais and 72 km from Paris. Thus, this destination is located 44km from Paris Paris Beauvais airport. Amecourt is located 98km from the airport to Paris Charles-de-Gaulle and 106km from Paris-Orly airport.