Discover Normandy during the conflict, understand this crucial page of the Second World War and visit the places of memory, the monuments, but also the museums linked to the Landing and the Battle of Normandy to immerse yourself for the time of your stay, in the History of France!
Some essential visits but which will already have the merit of immersing you in the events of June 6, 1944. The military cemetery of Colleville and the Pointe du Hoc, which divides the American landing beaches of Utah Beach and Omaha Beach seem two imperative visits . The Caen memorial, the circular cinema and the remains of the artificial bridge (Port Winston) of Arromanches, the town of Sainte-Mère church and its Airborne museum (places for American parachuting), The Pegasus Bridge and museum (places for parachuting English) as well as the Gondrée coffee (first house released).
Today, a veritable open-air museum, numerous traces of the landing and the Battle of Normandy are still visible: sites, museums, cemeteries, German batteries or vestiges of the Atlantic Wall spread over Normandy, are attached to preserve and transmit to new generations the memory of these tragic events of the Second World War which profoundly changed the history, the landscape and the population of an entire region.
Like painters, gardeners express their full talent and poetry here. Each garden is a wonder, an invitation to dream, to love, to feel, to live, to relive. We wanted to make it easier for you to discover the parks and gardens, to invite you on a trip to this Normandy of Eden. In Normandy, the water, the light, the colors, the softness of the landscapes, the diversity of heritages, lend themselves ideally to the art of gardens, and it is an enchantment.