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.
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…
The Bayeux Tapestry
Colourful and full of character, these two pretty Norman ports entice visitors with galleries, boutiques and an ever-changing seaside backdrop.
Medieval ports: Honfleur & Barfleur
A city break to Normandy will have you gawping at soaring church towers, museums stuffed with priceless art and the sinuous curve of the River Seine.
Cities: Le Havre, Caen & Rouen
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.
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.
Nature has carved shapes in the cliffs at Etretat, while Deauville and Trouville are chic and arty seaside resorts full of eye candy.
19th-century seaside resorts: Etretat, Deauville & Trouville
From sound & light shows on cathedrals to firework displays over the sea, open-air night markets or a taste of Rouen’s and Caen’s party scenes, there are lots of ways to go nocturnal in Normandy!
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