Follow in the footsteps of William the Conqueror, walk along the D-Day Beaches and admire the Impressionist landscapes. Take time out on the Mont-Saint-Michel, at the seaside resorts of Deauville and Cabourg, in the medieval streets of Rouen and Bayeux, at the abbeys and castle in Caen, at the cliffs of Etretat and on the Cotentin Peninsula, at the Bayeux Tapestry and in the city of Le Havre which are Unesco listed.

Home to camembert, calvados, seafood galore Normandy is a real foodie delight. And in Normandy the show never stops with the American Film Festival in Deauville, the Normandy Impressionist Festival, the Armada in Rouen, the D-Day Festival, horse-racing, concerts and exhibitions all over the region.

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