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A magical island topped by a gravity-defying medieval monastery, the Mont-Saint-Michel counts among France’s most stunning sights...
The Impressionist movement is named after Claude Monet's Impression, sunrise painted in 1872 in Le Havre.
DDay and The Battle of Normandy
There are many sites, museums and memorials relating to 6th June 1944 and to the Battle of Normandy that followed, in Normandy.
Whether by the seaside or in the heart of the countryside, families will find lots to see and do all year round...
This is a gem ! Honfleur is a key tourist destination in Normandy, and you too will certainly be enchanted by this lovely port...
Cycling is a great way to see Normandy and with more than 310 miles (500km) of cycle paths, you can combine the fresh air with sightseeing.
There are lots of exciting places to go and things to see in 2015. 2 brand new sites have opened in Rouen, the Mont-Saint-Michel becomes an island once more and there are lots of food festivals coming up this autumn.
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