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Bayeux et Caen
Caen and Bayeux, Land of History. Caen and Bayeux offer over a thousand years of history. From Bayeux Tapestry, the cathedrals and abbeys to the modern history of the World Wars at the museum of peace called "the Memorial".
Mont Saint Michel
Mont Saint-Michel, Land of Legend. The jewel of Normandy, built over many centuries, is a spiritual and intellectual centre. Together with Rome and Santiago, Mont Saint- Michel is one of the most important sites of pilgrimage in Western Europe. Cut off from the main land twice a day, it boasts some of the fastest and most dangerous tides in the world.
Honfleur, Land of Beauty. Historically and strategically important, Honfleur is one of the most beautiful ports in North-Western France. This picture-postcard town, mostly rebuilt in the 17th century, is full of beauty, history and stories.
 Deauville, Land of Pleasure. Home of the Jet Set and built from scratch, Deauville is world renowned for its casino, horse-racing, luxury hotels and boardwalks. It also hosts the American movie festival every September.
Marc Chauleur Guide interprète
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Land of Liberty. Site of the D-Day Beaches, the Normandy beaches hold heroic stories and secrets of the liberation of Europe. Discover the sand set foot upon by the Allied forces in 1944, the Atlantic wall, the places of remembrance and cemeteries. Optez donc pour Normanguise
D-Day Beaches,
Les plages du  débarquement
Rouen Le Gros Horloge
 Rouen, an open-air museum = Rouen, capital of Upper Normandy, can be considered an open-air museum thanks to its amazing monuments : cathedral, pedestrian street of the "Big Clock", the Old Market square where Joan of Arc was burnt. And many more incredible attractions to discover such as its half-timbered houses, ossuary cemetery....
Giverny, , a pretty village near the river Epte famous for the outstanding gardens of the impressionnist painter Claude Monet
Dinan, also located in Northern Britttany, a quaint little town famous for its half-timbered houses and its ramparts. It was spared from the 2nd World War bombings.