See Normandy's glorious sights, from vibrant cities and medieval ports to famous tourist attractions such as the Bayeux Tapestry and Mont Saint-Michel. It’s just a hop across the Channel with Brittany Ferries from Poole or Portsmouth.
The iconic ‘St Michael’s Mount’ is one of Normandy’s most visited attractions – and its haunting outline appearing through the mists at low tide will take your breath away.
Plan your trip to the Mont-Saint-Michel
The Bayeux Tapestry
Getting up close to a preserved piece of 11th-century history isn’t something you can do everywhere. Come and see this visual storybook of the Norman Conquest for yourself…
Plan your trip to see the Bayeux Tapestry
Medieval ports: Honfleur & Barfleur
Cities: Le Havre, Caen & Rouen
The D-Day Beaches
Five vast expanses of golden sand fringe Normandy, and frame it within a crucial event in modern European history. Come and walk, run, swim, reflect.
Plan your trip to the D-Day Beaches .
These magnificent monastic ruins are a place of peaceful contemplation for many visitors, who come to admire their limestone majesty and beautiful riverside setting.
Plan your trip to the Jumièges Abbey
19th-century seaside resorts: Etretat, Deauville & Trouville
Get there with Brittany Ferries
The best way of exploring Normandy is in the comfort of your own car, packed with everything you need. With Brittany Ferries you can sail direct to Normandy, choosing either a cruise ferry service from Portsmouth to Caen or Le Havre, or from Poole to Cherbourg.
Plan your trip to Normandy with Brittany Ferries.