The « Trou Normand »… in the middle of a hearty meal, you are served a small glass of Calvados between two courses. It facilitates digestion and restores guests’appetite.
2h from Paris
A trip to Normandy is a must
Nestled between sea and countryside, Normandy offers the promise of experiencing stunning rolling landscapes, bucolic and charming villages, small picturesque fishing ports that have become renowned seaside resorts, flowered bocages (hedged farmland), cliffs and immense white sand beaches where history was made.
Land of memory,
Normandy is the scene of the landings on D-Day, June 6, 1944;
the starting point for the liberation of France and Europe.
Land of history,
Normandy is home to incredible sites such as the Abbey of Mont Saint-Michel and its Bay, classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site,
the Cathedral of Rouen and its medieval streets where the life of the heroic Joan of Arc ended, the city of Caen and the castle of William the Conqueror…
Land of traditions,
you can savor its land and sea gastronomy, its cheeses and cream, its calvados and its cider.
For a full day or for a longer journey, we will create the perfect itinerary
for you to live an unforgettable experience.
in a helicopter at Omaha Beach and meet your expert guide and driver to start the visit of the beaches of the 1944 Allied Normandy landings and the thrilling history of the largest military operation of all time.
at the Saint-Simeon Farm, a magnificent XVIIth century inn, former address of impressionist painters, and ideally located between Deauville-Trouville and Honfleur and discover these jewels of the Côte Fleurie,
the Pays d’Auge, a charming little corner of Normandy, with its green bocage, its manors and its thatched roofs, the occasion to discover the authentic artisanal distillation of cider and calvados at the Manoir d’Apreval,
wonderful Norman cuisine of traditional slowly-cooked dishes
and grilled meats at the Auberge des deux Tonneaux,
along the mythical Deauville Boardwalk for a breath of fresh air,
into the secret world horses and stud farms. Deauville lives all year round to the pace of horses and it is number one for yearling sales in France,
discover the fabulous epic of William the Conqueror at Falaise Castle or go back to the Jurassic period, 160 million years ago, when a warm sea covered Normandy, in an atypical museum with spectacular and interactive reconstructions.
For the most curious, relive the day of the landing on the beaches of Normandy, in an incredible immersive experience!