Normandy has several remarkable sites classified as World Heritage by Unesco, but also the most beautiful village in France.
Mont-Saint-Michel and it’s bay, the religious architecture built-in 708 by Aubert, bishop of Avranches, after three successive appearances of the Archangel Saint-Michel.
Giverny, the timeless village of Claude Monet who lived there from 1883 until his death in 1926. Passionate about gardening, he designed his flower garden and his water garden with his Japanese bridge, his nympheas… Like real works of art.
Honfleur, the city of painters (Courbet, Monet, Boudin) and Impressionism and its picturesque streets make it today one of the most visited cities in France.
Deauville, seaside resort with its mythical promenade, the city of the American film festival with its casino, hotels, the Strassburger villa and the race course.
The Landing beaches of Tuesday, June 06, 1944, the largest operation (Overlord), amphibious and airborne operation, launched by the Allies to invade Normandy (D DAY). The tribute to the 156,000 American, British, Canadian and Australian soldiers who liberated France. Sword beach, Juno beach, Gold beach, Omaha beach, Utah beach, are a powerful symbol of courage these young soldiers and witness of the violence of the fighting.