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Welcome to Normandy

Located in Europe, in North Western France, Normandy is famous for its local dishes, varied landscapes and historical towns.

More info: Normandie Tourisme.

Normandy is a region in North Western France, Europe.

It is made up of 2 regions: Lower and Upper Normandy. Lower Normandy includes 3 "départements" (counties): Calvados (capital: Caen) , Manche (capital: Saint-Lô) and Orne (capital: Alençon), and Upper Normandy includes 2 "départements": Eure (Evreux) and Seine-Maritime (Rouen).

With its 350 miles of coastline and richly varied landscapes, Normandy gives you a wonderful choice of scenery and culture: the stunning beauty of the cliffs in Etretat or the long sandy beaches, steeped in history, from Caen to Arromanches, the Seine Valley winding between wooded hills and chalk escarpments, the craggy hills of the Suisse Normande, and the patchwork of fields and hedges of the Calvados county with its orchards and timber-framed cottages.

Enjoy Normandy's unique blend of maritime traditions and rural way of life. Marvel at its historic towns and monuments, stroll down quiet country lanes and enjoy local dishes in picturesque villages, or sip a drink by the quayside of one of its old ports while fishermen repair their nets and seagulls soar overhead.

Normandy's coastline comprises stretches of golden sand, dramatic cliffs, pebble coves, sand dunes and sheltered bays interspersed with harbour towns, fishing villages and modern coastal resorts.

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Château-Musée Louis-Philippe

  • The present château was begun in 1578 by Henri de Guise and Catherine de Clèves, and completed by La Grande Mademoiselle, cousin to King Louis XIV, in 1665. In the 19th century it became King Louis- Philippe’s summer residence, where he was twice host to Queen Victoria. The château now houses the Musée Louis-Philippe, and commemorates its successive royal owners in its collections of furniture, tableware and paintings, and in its restored interiors. The actual decoration was created by the famous architect Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, who had already worked on the château de Pierrefonds and ... read more