MONT SAINT-MICHEL, MARVEL OF THE WEST GIVERNY, IMPRESSIONIST INSPIRATION RIDE THROUGH NORMANDY Normandy: Beauty, Art, and Memory EXCEPTIONAL NORMANDY Read more © E Tessier CRT Normandie Visit Normandy, a Natural and Architectural Gem Visit Normandy: Mont-Saint-Michel, Giverny, Deauville, D-Day Beaches, and so much more. Read more © JFLange/Rouen Normandie Tourisme & Congrès Visit Rouen, the Historic Capital of Normandy Rouen, the historic capital of Normandy, is a veritable open-air museum. Read more © Fabrice Moley / OTAH Visit Le Havre Le Havre does not stop innovating and being renewed, offering a wide choice of activities: water sports, seaside, terraced gardens and shoppping. Read more © Ville de Deauville Visit Deauville, the Star Destination Built upon a few acres of marshland and dunes 150 years ago, Deauville is today one of the most memorable seaside resort and business tourism place of its area. Read more © Calvados Tourisme Normandy: Remembering History on the D-Day Landing Beaches On June 6, 1944, the beaches of Normandy were the site of Operation Overlord. Today, museums, monuments, sites, and cemetaries remember the events of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. HEART OF IMPRESSIONISM Read more © Fondation Claude Monet, Giverny Normandy: Visit the Fondation Monet in Giverny Welcome to Giverny in Normandy, the home of Claude Monet! Come and discover all the secrets of this French master of impressionism and his works, including the house he lived in for 43 years, the lily pond which inspired his most prominent paintings, and his wonderful flowering gardens. Read more © CRT-Paris IDF - Graboval Normandy and Ile-de-France, the Birthplaces of Impressionism Between the extraordinary light, the winding rivers, and the simple bonheur de vivre, welcome to Normandy and île-de-France. Two neighboring regions with a shared history as the birthpaces of Impressionism, the famous French art movement. Read more © Atout France/Catherine Bibollet Time Travel with Impressionism Explore the works of famous Impressionist painters with an itinerary that takes you from Paris to Normandy. Read more © P.Greboval / CRT Paris IDF Normandy Impressionism: the Château d'Auvers-sur-Oise Find a little taste of Italy in Normandy at the seventeenth-century Château d'Auvers-sur-Oise. NATURE IN NORMANDY Read more © Marie-Gabrielle CLEMENT CRT Destination: Etretat Pearl of France’s Alabaster Coast, Etretat is famed for its beautiful white chalk cliffs. Read more © OT Honfleur / J. Radanovic Visit Honfleur, Romantic Normandy Honfleur is like no other port on Earth. Discover a medieval town with a great maritime history, one of the birthplaces of Impressionism. Read more © Atout France/CDT Calvados Pays d'Auge, a Taste of Normandy's Charm Traveling through the Pays d'Auge means getting to experience a region full of charm and authenticity. A guarantee for calmness and conviviality. Read more © Rouen Normandie Tourisme & Congrès / photo de JF Lange The Seine Valley in Normandy Wherever it goes, the Seine River brings adventure, activities, and beautiful landscapes, especially in Normandy. EVENTS IN NORMANDY Read more © Laurent Bréard - Ville du Havre Summer 2017 in Le Havre: Celebrating the 500th Anniversary! In spring 2017, the city of Le Havre will celebrate its 500 year anniversary. A wonderful opportunity to rediscover the city through festivities celebrating the residents and talents that make it such a special place to be. Read more © KPWD / Deauville tourisme Deauville, the Kingdom of Horses Deauville: beaches stretching on as far as the eye can see, an unforgettable walk on the Planches, its famous American Film Festival, and famous establishments. But the city is also known as a foremost destination for horses and racetracks! Read more The D-Day Festival in Normandy From May 27, 2016 to June 11, 2016 Each year since 2007, the Normandy D-Day Festival offers a program of festivities for the anniversary of the allied landing in Normandy on June 6, 1944. NORMAN HISTORY AND TRADITIONS Read more © ATF/CDT Calvados Apple and Pear Cider, Traditional Beverages in Northern France An ago-old drink, cider is made and enjoyed mainly in Normandy and Brittany, through dedicated routes for tourists. Read more © OT Caen Visit Caen, Normandy's City of Peace Caen is a major destination with a rich architectural heritage and an exceptional cultural reflection of its thousand years of history. Read more © Thomas Boivin Rouen: The History of Joan of Arc, the Maiden of Orléans At the Historial, (re)discover Joan of Arc, as well as the story behind the creation and evolution of her myth. Read more © La Cité de la Mer Normandy: Exploring the Cité de la Mer & Cherbourg Cherbourg, located in Cotentin, is home to the Cité de la Mer, as well as a number of fun treasures and activities to discover.