See Normandy

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.
Mont Saint-Michel

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.
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…
The Bayeux Tapestry

Medieval ports: Honfleur & Barfleur

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

Cities: Le Havre, Caen & Rouen

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

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.
The D-Day Beaches

Jumièges Abbey

These magnificent monastic ruins are a place of peaceful contemplation for many visitors, who come to admire their limestone majesty and beautiful riverside setting.
Jumièges Abbey

19th-century seaside resorts: Etretat, Deauville & Trouville

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

Normandy by night

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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