Port en Bessin
Fishing port ○ 11 km
"Nestled in a" green setting ", Port-en-Bessin is a port with a prestigious historical past. Successively became a military bastion, a maritime city, an oil port, a commercial port and now a dynamic" artisanal "fishing port, Port-en-Bessin-Huppain has spanned the centuries, making history. "
City ○ 59 km
Typical Normandy village, Sainte-Mère-Église is renowned for its history, commemorated through a museum in tribute to American paratroopers including John Steele (82nd airborne division).
The city is also known for its production of cider, butter and cheese.
City ○ 96 km
"With 5 ports (pleasure, fishing, commerce, cruise and military), Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, protected by the largest artificial harbor in the world, is the crossroads of all worlds.
Cherbourg was considered by Vauban as one of the two "keys to the kingdom" .. " encotentin.fr
Peninsula ○ 118 km
We no longer present him. Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the flagship destinations of Normandy as much for its architectural richness as for its location and its uniqueness.
Some claim that he idoesn't belong to Normandy, others that it is an island. It's up to you to unravel the mystery.
City ○ 30 km
The city of Caen is rich in its architectural heritage due to its old center and its historical monuments (Chateau de Caen, Abbaye aux Dames, Saint-Pierre church). Following World War II, Caen lost 68% of its buildings and began to rebuild the city. Caen is also famous for its racecourse and its port.
Maritime City ○ 97 km
At the end of the 19th century, Granville was converted into a seaside resort. Since then, this destination has never lost value in the hearts of the Normans. It is also the first shell port in France, where we find the famous scallop. Finally, for 5 days, the Granville Carnival becomes the pride of the inhabitants.