Sainte Mère Eglise

Saint Mère Église is one of first one city released in the morning from June 6th, 1944 by the American units of the US 82nd Airborder and 101st divide. It played an important role in Second World war because this village was in the middle of the road N13. The Germans would have probably use…

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Utah Beach Museum

Located in the Regional Natural Park of Cotentin and Bessin, la Madeleine beach in Sainte Marie du Mont made it into our history books one Tuesday in June 1944 and became Utah Beach.. 70 years lader the Utah Beach Museum invites you to understand the journey our liberators took on that day. The Museum of…

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La Maison du Biscuit

A 20 minutes drive from Chateau de Flottemanville, La Maison du Biscuit offers all of Normandy’s best regional delicasies and a great place for tea or coffee. It is one of the last traditional Normand biscuit factory, continuing a family tradition since 1903. You can enjoy specialties such as le “Financier” and sponge cake and…

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Cité de la Mer

La cité de la Mer is a scientific and playful place dedicated to the submarine exploration, inaugurated on April 29th, 2002 to Cherbourg-Octeville. La cité de la mer is situated in the Transatlantic Maritime former station, the prestigious one art deco building. In 2012 was created a new space Titanic and Emigration “. You will…

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The Dior Museum of Granville

Christian Dior was born in Granville off the Normandy coast and his childhood home is preserved and visited boasting a wide collection of his creation with permanent as well as temporary exhibitions. The villa “Rhumbs” of Belle Epoque style, is perched on a ridge overlooking the sea cliff. This unique “Museum of France” dedicated to fashion,…

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Le Mont Saint Michel

Le Mont-Saint-Michel is a 1:40 drive from Chateau de Flottemanville. It is the second most visited site in France after Paris and one of the most famous in Europe. The site is a World Heritage Site since 1979.

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Auberge du Pont Cochon

Le Pont Cochon restaurant is 2 minutes drive and 10 minutes walk from the Chateau de Flottemanville.  It is renowned for it’s grill and for it’s homemade pasta. Everything is made on the permises Tout est fait maison, même les frites. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Sunday. You can book at 02 33…

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Le Berlingot

Le Berlingot is our favorite restaurant for crêpes (French Pancakes).  It is close to la Maison du Biscuit thus it makes sense to bundle this trip while you will need to book in advance to make sure you get a table. Le Hameau Costard, 50270 Sortosville-en-Beaumont, France +33 2 33 53 87 16 Open Thursday…

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Le Goéland 1951

Le Goéland 1951 is a seasonal restaurant and bar (open during the high season) in a converted bunker from the war on the edge of a peninsula with breath taking views on the sea.  Great for a lazy lunch and some extra fresh air.  Booking recommended, checking if open too. 82 ROUTE DU PHARE Réville,…

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La Criée du Tomahawk

At fish shop first, the Tomahawk developed into a restaurant. Located opposite the harbor master’s office in Saint Vaast La Hougue, the Tomahawk offers a magnificent panorama of the fishing port and marina, Tatihou Island and the beaches of Jonville. 1 Bis Quai Tourville, 50550 Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue+33 2 33 54 09 08

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