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Normandy, a coastal region in northwest France, comprises a varied landscape of cliffs, beaches and rocky islands. Take a stroll along historic coastal pathways and visit towering castles brimming with secrets.
From magnificent medieval cathedrals to the site of the D-Day landings, Normandy possesses an incredible assortment of historic attractions. Visit the Omaha Beach Memorial to pay tribute to the soldiers who landed here during World War II. Gold Beach was also an important location in the war and its Musée America-Gold Beach tells the story of the D-Day landings.
Travel further back in time with a tour of Mont-Saint-Michel, a postcard-perfect island with beautiful abbeys and monastic buildings dating back to medieval times. Walk along the narrow cobblestoned streets and look out to sea to watch the tide come in.
In Bayeux, inspect the Bayeux Tapestry, an embroidery that shows the Norman conquest of England in 1066. Spend hours wandering around the Bayeux Museum and its exhibitions on French history.
Walk along the cliffs at Etretat, a coastal area where erosion has created beautiful arches in the chalk. Just adjacent to the arches is the Aiguille, a striking pointy rock formation.
In the city of Caen, explore Château Ducal, a fortified enclosure dating back to the 11th century that contains the Normandy Museum as well as a Museum of Fine Arts. Other standout historical sites in Normandy include William the Conqueror’s grave at the Abbaye aux Hommes.
Normandy has five regional airports to choose from that serve destinations across Europe. If you are traveling from the U.K., take the Eurostar direct to Calais or cross the English Channel on a ferry for stunning views of the cliffs. Summer visits to Normandy promise a high chance of sunshine and plenty of historical re-enactments to keep everyone in the family entertained.
Normandy is a region dedicated to preserving its past with memorials, museums and historical-themed events. In between viewing historical sites of interest, contemplate the events that unfolded here while strolling along coastal clifftop paths.
Excellent restaurant. Room was very quiet and overlooking The river. Right next to the free shuttle to Mont Saint Michel. Really handy. We used it to watch the dark light display. We dropped our car at the hotel and no more driving after that. Great staff. Parking onsite is free but entering this ...
This property is very easy to access by public transit, one bus to downtown and the train station. Also it is quiet compared to other locations. There is a mall with in walking distance so if you want to cook your own meals you can. The breakfast in the mornings are the hotel are good! The staff ...
Easy check in, thanks for your hospitality! Quick access to the stadium
One female member of the staff was rude and unprofessional.
Very quaint hotel in a lovely area. Staff very accommodating. Breakfast was good. There is no elevator, so you must walk up staircase to room and breakfast.
Well-located, renovated hotel. Not really pleasant to wake up to the sound of a hammer drill 8 in the morning.
Excellent location . Room small, but clean. No shampoo, conditioner, ..etc. Good for one night stay