Normandy

Bordered by the English Channel, Normandy is a land of discovery with varied landscapes.

In Normandy, the sea, the cliffs, the plains and the groves constitute an extraordinary setting for a successful holiday. Here, nature, heritage, culture and landscapes are indeed a perpetual invitation to relax and disconnect.

Cities not to be missed in Normandy

In Normandy, Dieppe, Fécamp, Le Havre, Lisieux, Rouen, Valognes, Coutances and Bernay are all classified cities of Art and History. Honfleur and Pont-Audemer are part of the most beautiful detours in France. Don't miss either Caen, Bagnoles-de-l'Orne and Cherbourg-en-Cotentin. Finally, linger on one of the beaches of Deauville, Granville and Chausey.

Unmissable natural sites

Among the unmissable natural sites of Normandy, the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel shares the honors with the famous cliffs of Étretat. But the dunes of Hattainville, the gorges of Villiers, the pond of Vauville or the enchanting site of Roche d'Oëtre are also exceptional. In the lands, the Perche Natural Park is ideal for adventures on foot, horseback and bicycle!

The emblematic historical sites of Normandy

Normandy is known around the world for Mont-Saint-Michel, its bay and its abbey. It is the jewel of the region and attracts amazed visitors every year. But the region was also marked by the Second World War. The landing beaches of the Battle of Normandy thus immerse visitors in this contemporary history. During your stay, let yourself be charmed by the Notre-Dame de Bayeux cathedral, the Sainte-Catherine church or even the impressive Notre-Dame de Rouen cathedral.

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