Normandy is a symbolic region of northern France that invites you to spend moments of pure happiness in the middle of various bucolic landscapes while enjoying the sea.
Honfleur, the mythical port of Normandy, is one of the first places that makes everyone agree about the fabulous walks it offers. You can reach the small streets from the port and go a little higher to admire the splendid view. Forming the jewel of the Côte Fleurie, the quartet Deauville, Trouville, Houlgate, and Cabourg promise you an incredible journey among the structure of the Belle Epoque villas of the nineteenth century. The large sandy beaches and the pleasant climate also contribute to its beauty. Mont Saint-Michel is ideal for a magic immersion in front of the view from the terraces of the abbey. Monet's gardens at Giverny are not to be missed. The perfect time to go there is spring because you will have the opportunity to admire all the splendor of the color palette of this place. Then, the memorial and the landing beaches are entirely dedicated to the history of the twentieth century. The museum highlights multiple scenographies with the theme of peace, and the Gardens of Remembrance serve as a point of commemoration for the commitment of the allied nations. The city of the sea of Cherbourg will charm all sea lovers. It is located in the old transatlantic ferry terminal, where you can visit the first French submarine or discover the secrets of the abyss. Chausey Islands will make you vibrate with the charm of its granite rocks, turquoise waters, and panoramas. Granville will appeal to those who wish to taste some specialties of the region. At the same time, fashion lovers can be transported by the unmissable visit to the Christian Dior house museum. As for partygoers, make sure to attend the Granville carnival in February. Rouen, also known as the city of a hundred bell towers, will amaze you with its medieval half-timbered houses, a Gothic cathedral with its spire, and Gros-Horloge. Moreover, a large gathering of sailboats called the Armada occurs every year around June. The Camembert route is a must in Normandy through a small road trip in the Orne. The cider route is close too. As classified by UNESCO, Le Havre is also famous for its Museum of Modern Art and Saint Joseph church.