The beautiful beaches of Normandy...

Half-timbered houses, pebble beaches, cliffs, long sandy beaches, green valleys and orchards make this a unique region. Come and discover the landing beaches and the main port cities such as Rouen and Le Havre.

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La Vallée
900m from the beaches of the Côte Fleurie
A 1200m² swimming pool complex
Activities and entertainment for the whole family
High quality services
From: €638.50
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
10 accommodation types available

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Chateau de Lez-Eaux
Large water park in tropical atmosphere
Fishing in the pond of the castle
Near historic town of Granville
Day trip to Mont St. Michel (50km)
From: €765.50
June 23 - 7 nights, 2 adults
4 accommodation types available
Seasonova Haliotis
15 minutes from Mont Saint-Michel
Nice pool area
Petting zoo
Explore the area by bike
From: €196.50
April 27 - 7 nights, 2 adults
1 accommodation types available
In the center of the village of Beauvoir
Water park with heated pool
Multisport ground and game room
Only 4 km from Mont-Saint-Michel
From: €604.50
June 24 - 7 nights, 2 adults
5 accommodation types available
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Beaches and Culture

Looking for a beach holiday without sacrificing a bit of history and culture? Don't worry, in Normandy you will find everything you are looking for. The north-west of the region is characterized by beautiful sandy coastline, the north-east by towering cliffs interspersed with pebble beaches. For culture and history? Le Mont Saint Michel is a peninsula, accessible only by foot, full of architectural gems to be discovered, such as the medieval abbey. Here you can also observe the highest tides in Europe.

Port cities

Are you curious to see the beaches which were the scene of the famous Normandy landings? Or visit the port cities of Rouen, Le Havre and Cherbourg? In Rouen, one of the main ports of France, you can walk along the old town's main street, the Rue du Gros-Horloge, featuring an astronomical clock with two dials. Also worth a visit is Le Havre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, birthplace of Impressionism, cruise port and seaside resort. Don't miss Cherbourg-Octeville, a popular venue for events with large sailing boats.