Rich in their diversity, the Bessin and Normandy offer you multiple outings, visits and activities for the whole family : History from Antiquity to our days, sea, nature, fun activities or relaxation, let yourself be guided …
D-Day Landing sites
Travel time: Depending on your desires, Nathalie and Philippe inform you for a tour adapted to your desires and your time, from a few kilometers in half a day to two full days.
Bayeux, town of William the Conqueror
Preserved from the bombardment of the landing, Bayeux offers you a unique architectural and historical heritage, witnessed by its world-famous tapestry and its cathedral.
Travel time: 15 minutes
Port en Bessin
Charming fishing port known for its scallops and the Vauban tower.
Travel time: 5 minutes
Caen, 1000 Years of history
Founded by William the Conqueror, Caen is distinguished by its marina, rich architecturalheritage, unforgettable tripe and many green spaces.
Travel time: 40 minutes (typical day: Morning at Memorial-Picnic at the Bird Hill-visit of the city in the afternoon-a good meal in the typical district of the Vaugueux to make the day complete)
Le Mont Saint Michel, Norman Jewel
World-famous, Mont Saint Michel and the bay that houses it are among the essentials of your stay in Normandy.
Travel time: 2 H-A day trip is recommended.
La Côte Fleurie: Honfleur, Deauville, Cabourg …
The most Parisian of the Normandy coasts awaits you for ballads under the sign of glamour, of cinema amidst impressive resorts of the late nineteenth century. Authenticity is also at the rendezvous in the magnificent port of Honfleur.
Travel time: 15 h 15-departure to the day with recommended itinerary: Cabourg/Houlgate, Deauville/Trouville, lunch in Honfleur with visit to the old Town and the church of Saint Catherine, return by the country of trough
The Pays d’Auge
An Expression par excellence of the Norman terroir and its traditions, the Pays d’Auge will seduce you by its typical villages and its gastronomy.
Travel time: 15 min
The Norman Switzerland
Nestled on the shores of the Orne, the Normandy Switzerland offers you its rocky poise and the freshness of the most Norman of the rivers to discover its landscapes by foot (many possible hikes), by bike, by pedal boat, by kayak, and even vertically and from tree to tree.