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Your Normandy holiday

For a peaceful holiday close to nature, choose Normandy.
An authentic and well-preserved region, Normandy boasts a multitude of different landmarks, from the Falaise d’Etretat and the majestic Mont-Saint-Michel, to Deauville, the D-Day landing beaches and the verdant Normandy countryside.

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The perfect family destination. Cultural sites and activities abound!

Immerse yourself in World War II as you discover the landing beaches, the Caen Memorial and many other museums dedicated to this key historical period.
From sand yachting along the beaches, sea excursions to the Channel Islands and walks across the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay, the Normandy coast guarantees an unforgettable holiday!

Equally well-known for its medieval history, Normandy has successfully preserved many cultural riches that are well worth the detour, including the famous Bayeux tapestries, Château de Carrouges, and Coutances Cathedral. The famous and charming seaside towns of Honfleur, Cabourg and Deauville are must-visit destinations well worth spending a few days exploring.

Normandy between Land and Sea.
Taste the produce from the sea – oysters, scallops, langoustines – and from the land – cheeses (Livarot, Pont-l’Evèque, Camembert…), cider, Calvados, and many other treats you’ll discover during your Normandy holiday

Unmissable Normandy destinations

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Bayeux

Bayeux

An authentic town that escaped the WWII bombing, where you’ll discover exceptional architecture. The Bayeux Tapestry (a large embroidered cloth) is another of the town’s masterpieces.

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Deauville

Deauville

A seaside town with international acclaim, with its famous boardwalk and multicoloured parasols, casino and traditional race courses.

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D-Day landing beaches

D-Day landing beaches

An essential landmark of world history, the D-Day museums and beaches pay homage to the soldiers who liberated France.

Giverny

Giverny

Giverny

An essential landmark of world history, the D-Day museums and beaches pay homage to the soldiers who liberated France.

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Honfleur

Honfleur

A famous town full of charm that has preserved its past. With its paved little streets, half-timbered façades and restaurants overlooking the Vieux-Bassin, this city of painters is guaranteed to charm.

Le haras

Le Haras du Pin

Le Haras du Pin

The oldest and most prestigious national stud in France, Le Haras du Pin is a symbol of French horse-breeding excellence.

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Mont-Saint-Michel

Mont-Saint-Michel

The Mount and its bay have been protected as a UNESCO world heritage site. Just 3.5 hours from Paris, it’s one of the most visited sites in France.

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Etretat

Etretat

Discover the impressive cliffs of this wild coast as you walk along the paths overlooking the sea or take to the waves on a boat. Breathtaking scenery awaits!

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