Discovering the wonders of Normandy
Normandy offers its visitors its most beautiful assets. A region of history, culture and traditions, discover its wonders !
Nicknamed the 8th wonder of the world. 45km from Granville.
This Norman rock island is a real architectural treasure. It is the second most visited monument in France after the Eiffel Tower.
Let yourself be surprised by its beauty. A wild and mysterious place for unforgettable walks.
The island district of Granville. This maritime jewel is also the largest archipelago in Europe.
It has 52 islets at high tide and 365 at low tide.
Pure water, permanent spectacle, paradisiacal sites, preserved and wild nature make these islands an unmissable destination.
The autumn and spring lights enhance the beauty of this place.
The Channel Islands : Jersey, Guernsey, Serq, Alderney and Herm are located off the coast of Granville Terre et Mer. They are original stopovers and a total immersion in English culture.
Also called Le Bout du Monde, it is located north of Granville, in a natural and wild site where salt meadow sheep are raised in complete freedom.
During high tides, the sea completely covers the grasslands and the road becomes submersible. This natural closed maritime space allowed boats to shelter from the wind.
It is the ideal place for an iodine-filled stroll.
Between two cliffs, the Vallée du Lude is a wild site of great natural wealth.
Along the GR 223, you can stop for a moment near the Cabane Vauban, a small stone watchtower on the edge of the cliff, to enjoy the view of the bay of Mont-Saint-Michel and its rocky islet.
Let yourself be surprised by the beauty of this environment.