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Picture-postcard landscapes, 1,000 years of major history, reputed gastronomy, innovative sectors of excellence today… Normandy has so much to offer.
For team-building, conferences, professional events and so much more… no need to look any further, this is a region that’s just made for business tourism. Whether for a few hours or several days, the region has all the ingredients to enchant you.


MAB Expérience
MAB expérience

With many of our venues just 1hr 30mins from Paris or less, view all modes of transport available to decide what suits your trip to our region best. Whether coming by train, boat, coach or plane… you have so many options for ways to get here!


Variety. That’s the word that sums up Normandy best.
With a coastline dotted with reputed seaside resorts, not forgetting the Mont Saint-Michel, an island monastery in a magical setting, Normandy’s varied stretches of coast offer so many attractions. Normandy also boasts a whole mosaic of landscapes, from lush agricultural lands, via centuries-old forests, to natural parks and nature reserves, making it a green destination par excellence.


Dressage d'une assiette par un chef à l'aide d'un emporte-pièce
Dressage d’une assiette par un chef à l’aide d’un emporte-pièce © Studio Photo JM2

Going hand in hand with Normandy’s landscapes is the delicious gastronomy produced in its varied areas, featuring lashings of butter and cream! Specialities, sweet and savoury, abound. From tripe cooked the Caen way to scallops, via La Mère Poulard’s renowned omelettes, the region offers dedicated gourmets many joyous moments.


Château du Blanc Buisson
Château du Blanc Buisson © Romain Reglade

On heritage, a large number of museums, monuments and archaeological sites are scattered across the region. That’s no surprise; simply starting with the Vikings, Normandy’s history already goes back over 1,000 years! The Bayeux Tapestry, Rouen Cathedral and Richard the Lionheart’s Château Gaillard count among significant witnesses to Normandy’s importance in French history. Of course, the region draws countless tourists to its World War II memorial sites, its coast chosen for the D-Day landings of 6 June 1944. Every year, commemorations ensure that the sacrifice made by Allied troops to liberate France and Europe is never forgotten.


Centrale de Penly Fête de la science 2013
Centrale de Penly Fête de la science 2013

A region reputed for being innovative and forward-looking, Normandy also lays claim to competitive clusters in several cutting-edge sectors such as aeronautics, space, medicine, chemicals and the automobile industry.
Quintessentially unique, the region has all the ingredients needed to be a perfect destination for business tourism. So, come and see for yourselves!