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The romantic coast of Normandy France

The romantic coast of Normandy France has a lot to offer both couples, single travelers as well as families. This you can tell when visiting the region during spring and summer from all visitors heading here for various occations.

The romantic coastline

With cities such as Deauville/Trouville-sur-Mer, Port-en-Bessin and Mont Saint Michel, the northwestern French coast boosts beachpeople, cultural intrested and World Heritage Site-seekers.

Coastline cities

All the coastline cities are cute and treasure their closeness to water. Lots of seafood are offered in the restaurants, in the towns visited by Parisians you’ll find a local casino. Head for the following:

Deauville & Trouville-sur-Mer (two towns grown together), Arromanches-les-Bains and Port-en-Bessin to explore diferent type of coastal cities.




Mont Saint Michel – a wonder on the UNESCO World Heritage list

Such a magical place if you have the time to see both the tide and the ebb and the flow. The old town of Mont Saint Michel transforms from an island to a peninsula in a few minutes. The sand of the seabottom id incredible nice and good for walking during ebb.

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Beautiful resting place for American Soldiers whom participated in the WW2 war and the liberation of Europe.





La Cave à Huitres in Caen

La Cave à Hutires means The Oyster Cellar and they offer not only fresh oysters from the Normandy coast but also great seafood platters.



Roadtrip along the coast

You’ll pass towns, beaches, cliffs and fields of puppies, make sure to stop for lunch between lunch hours (11-14) or have a picnic basket (or tote) handy. The French love their picnics, in most places you are welcome to have a seat on lawns or cliffs to enjoy a baguette.


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