Discover Normandy

Saint-Pierre sur Dives

10 minutes away - A must-do in Normandy: on a Monday morning, sit down for breakfast in one of the cafés which line the market square. With a hot café crème in one hand and a croissant in the other, enjoy and observe the town of Saint-Pierre-sur-Dives living to the rhythm of its weekly market. Ever since the 13 th century, rain or shine, producers, locals and tourists meet there every Monday, to share a common love of fresh local products, in a friendly, joyful atmosphere. (10 km)

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Mont Saint-Michel

Mont Saint-Michel

2 hours away - Situated in a large bay with the largest tides in Europe, this Romanesque wonder attracts over 4 million visitors each year. Whether approaching across the new modern bridge, or the treacherous mudflats, the sight of the distant silhouette of the abbey sends soaring the spirits of tired sightseers today just as it did the spirits of weary pilgrims in centuries past. An unforgettable magical place to visit with your family - the narrow streets may remind younger visitors of the magical world of Harry Potter and Hogwart’s school of magic.

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Le Pin National Stud

Le Pin National Stud

30 minutes away - Le Pin National Stud nestles in a green haven covering more than 2,471 acres. Discover the world of horses through an exceptional heritage handed down over the centuries since French king Louis the 14 th, from its architecture to its landscapes, from its horses of various breeds to the men and women whose talents have marked the profession. Visit the stables, walk the Discovery Trail, enjoy the exhilarating displays of dressage and show—jumping at Le Pin Thursdays .

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Cabourg - plage et hôtel

Cabourg

45 minutes away - A chic sea-side resort on the Côte Fleurie, Cabourg is an invitation to indulge in romanticism: take a stroll along the Promenade Marcel Proust by the sea, and admire the Grand Hôtel, the magnificent villas, half-timbered houses, Anglo-Norman style cottages. Enjoy the many festivals, the casino, the smart race—track.

Cabourg is a family resort, Famille Plus. Its glorious sands stretch over two and a half miles and are ideal for all manner of beach sports.

Tip: go to the beach early in the morning and watch the trotting horses being put through their paces on the sands at low tide.

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Beuvron-en-Auge

30 minutes away - One of the Most Beautiful Villages of France, situated between Montpinçon and Cabourg , the classy Channel resort.

The MUST DO in this small village: walk! Walk the main street, admire the well-kept half-timbered buildings, which according to the Norman tradition, are painted in different colours. Together with all the planter boxes filled with geraniums, and the street gardens, they make for a picture perfect village. Enjoy the many interesting shops and restaurants for all budgets.

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Trouville - Deauville

50 minutes away - Separated by the River Touques, Trouville and Deauville each possess a casino, a beachfront boardwalk and a string of flamboyant Belle Époque villas. Yet they look and feel quite different, the former suave, sophisticated and starry, the latter happy-go-lucky and fun for all the family. Expensive, flashy and brash, chic Deauville is packed with designer boutiques, deluxe hotels and meticulously tended public gardens, and hosts the high-profile American Film Festival. Vibrant Trouville is both a veteran beach resort, and a working fishing port. (Photo Credits: Deauville Tourism Office)

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