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Discover la Manche. We are located within an hours drive from the most popular spots.

„La Manche“, site of D-Day and the Mont-Saint-Michel offers you plenty of possibilities to seduce you by its perfumes, its colors, its atmosphere, its weather, it’s culinary art. Go with the tides, by foot, by bicycle, by horse, by kayak or by surfing. Let you drift – and just enjoy it! An exceptional and variegated scenery with its historic traces is waiting for you.


Culture&History

Mont-Saint-Michel

40min – The Mont-Saint-Michel and its bay are listed in the “UNESCO heritage of humanity” since 1979. The Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel is the scene of the strongest tides in Europe. Since 2015, the famous monastery hill in Normandy regularly returns to the island.

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Utha Beach

50min – Utah Beach was the alias for a Normandy Allied landings in World War II for a French coastline of almost five kilometers between Pouppeville and La Madeleine at the foot of the Cotentin peninsula.


Beach & Ocean

Coudeville-sur-Mer beach

Coudeville-Sur-Mer

40min – Coudeville-sur-Mer is a populous seaside town of about 900 inhabitants. Quiet and pleasant, the village of Coudeville-sur-Mer enjoys an idyllic setting where water sports lovers can learn about all kinds of recreation such as sailing, windsurfing or kitesurfing.

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City&Shopping

Granville

55min – Granville is a French town with 13,350 inhabitants in the Manche department in the Normandy region, with a seaport, a fishing port and a marina with 1,100 moorings.

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Jullouville

75min – Jullouville is located on the English Channel, seven kilometers south of Granville and north of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel.


Gastronomy&Sport

The horse race of Deauville

45min – The racecourse is not for nothing called “4 seasons”. All year long there are major events.

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Cidre, Calvados & Camembert

In terms of cuisine, Normandy is famous for cheese and cider lovers.

Oysters

Normandy is famous for its cider and calvados. But these are by no means all delicacies that sweeten the life of France’s canal coast. Enjoy oysters and mussels from Normandy.