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Normandy

We look forward to welcoming you soon to Normandy, this lovely and wonderfully attractive region of France. Known for its shoreline, its many long sandy beaches, white-chalk cliffs and WWII bases, it has a relaxing landscape of pretty villages full of half-timbered houses and grazing cattle.

Its world famous sites are internationally celebrated: the Mont-Saint-Michel and its bay, Etretat and its dramatic cliffs, the D-Day Landing Beaches, Claude Monet’s house and gardens in Giverny, Rouen with its magnificent cathedral, the Bayeux Tapestry, the Haras du Pin and Deauville.
Normandy offers you the opportunity to travel back along the paths of William the Conqueror, Richard the Lionheart and Joan of Arc, discovering its architectural heritage, its charming chateaux, abbeys and museums. Normandy has also many sites, museums, monuments and events which recall  a key period in modern history, June 6th 1944, when Allied troops liberate occupied France in WWII.

As the birthplace of the artistic revolution which was Impressionism, Normandy has motivated many artists to create works of art which are still in our consciousness to this day, offering them unique lighting, enchanted seascapes, amazing monuments and superb countryside. Having an international reputation for equestrian excellence, Normandy is a perfect destination for horse devotees. Here we find the Haras du Pin and Haras de Saint-Lô, and many key horse races and events.

Normandy is also really appreciated by lovers of gourmet food for its representative cheeses: Camembert, Livarot, Neufchâtel, Pont L’Evêque and drinks such as calvados, cider, pommeau and perry. Besides seafood you can also find the finest meat dishes.
You can reach Normandy easily by plane, train or by road, as it is just a two hour drive from Paris and its airports, Roissy-Charles de Gaulle and Orly, or from the port of Calais.
Normandy is a quiet relaxing and tranquil part of France is definitely an ideal destination for a dedicated trip or as part of a wider tour, offering a combination of France’s best countryside, heritage, culture, food and entertainment.

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