Rendez-vous in Normandy

  • Mont-Saint-Michel


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  • Honleur


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  • Etretat Cliff

    Etretat Cliff

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  • Normandy


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  • Equestrian Center

    Equestrian Center

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  • Caen


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  • Discover Normandy

    Discover Normandy

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  • Have a great time in Normandy!

    Have a great time in Normandy!

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  • Rouen


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Rendez-vous in Normandy 27000 Evreux

Be moved by the France travel destination of Mont-Saint-Michel, Wonder of the Western World. Remember the major historical event that took place on the D-Day Beaches on 6th June 1944. Normandy, one of the famous heritage sites in France, offers the visitor a stunning coastline, picturesque ports and beaches galore and nature lovers can head inland to get away from it all in the idyllic countryside.

Normandy, a green and pleasant land

The French heritage region of Normandy offers the visitor the choice between the elegance of the seaside resorts on the Côte Fleurie of  DeauvilleHonfleur and Cabourg, and the wilder shores and fishing villages along the Cotentin peninsula. The France travel and tourism island of Mont-Saint-Michel, which dominates the surrounding landscape, remains a must-see for all visitors with Europe’s highest high tides. Not forgetting the Côte d’Albâtre with its dramatic white cliffs and secluded creeks and fishing ports: Etretat, Fécamp, Dieppe and Veules-les-Roses.

Make the most of your France vacation packages. Have fun cycling along the rural paths or driving though the countryside of bocage hedgerows. Take a minute to wonder at the peace and quiet along the Manor Trail in the Perche area or in the Suisse Normande. 

Take time to stroll around Giverny, once home to Claude Monet, father of the Impressionist Movement, and let’s not forget that France tourism and travel destination of Normandy is a true gourmet's treasure trove with Camembert, Calvados, cider, scallops etc.


Historical Normandy

Considered one of the most famous heritage sites in France, the medieval streets and cathedral of Rouen together with the half-timbered houses take you back to the days of Joan of Arc and the city of Le Havre, reinvented by Auguste Perret after the Second World War, is listed as a Unesco World Heritage site. In Caen, when visiting the ducal castle as well as the Abbaye aux Dames and Abbaye aux Hommes, you will retrace the footsteps of William the Conqueror and his wife Matilda, a story also told through the world renowned Bayeux tapestry, registered with the Unesco Memory of the World.


Upcoming major events

The memory lives on… 2014 will mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy. Later on in the year, Normandy will also host the Alltech FEI (tm) World Equestrian Games.

A bientôt en Normandie !

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