Presentation of Normandy
Your next trip to Normandy
What’s on, what to visit, where to go in Normandy?
Normandy has a whole programme in store for you.Â Here are someÂ suggestions for tours, activities and places to stay with an equestrian, impressionist, D-DAY, cultural, historical and gastonomic theme…You’ll be spoilt for choice.
Come and marvel at the Mont-Saint-Michel, go back in time and walk along the D-Day Landing Beaches and then relax in style in the seaside resorts of the CĂ´te Fleurie: Deauville, Trouville, Cabourg , Houlgate or Honfleur with its picturesque port, unless you prefer the wilder Cotentin peninsula or the dramatic white cliffs of Etretat.
From Deauville, you can explore the 400 miles of Normandyâ€™s coast or go inland to wander down the Seine Valley together with many other must-sees including Rouen, city of a hundred spires, Le Havre with its Unesco-listed city centre, Lisieux and its basilica plus Caen, Bayeux and Falaise to retrace the footsteps of William the Conqueror.
With its reputation for equestrian excellence, Normandy is home to two National Studs and hosts prestigious events like the Deauville races, so horse-lovers will feel most welcome.
Normandy also invites you to go back in time with many museums dedicated to D-Day and the Battle of Normandy which commemorate the regionâ€™s pivotal role in the World War II.
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