Itineraries in Normandy

The best itineraries to discover Normandy, including historic towns, scenic coastlines with wild cliffs, picturesque villages and places of memory.
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To help you organise your trip to Normandy in the best possible way, we have collected and studied for you some itineraries to touch on the most important places in the region and to optimise the time you will have available to visit this fascinating destination.

The recommended period is obviously summer, from June to September. An excellent variant would be to combine Normandy and Brittany in a single trip, in which case plan at least two weeks.

Normandy in a fortnight

Route: 760 km | Duration: 2 weeks

This itinerary will take you to the most important destinations in Normandy, in a mix of nature (with cliffs and green meadows), history (with the landing sites) and beautiful medieval villages where you can breathe in an authentic atmosphere.

  1. Paris – Vernon – Giverny
  2. Les Andelys – Abbaye de Jumièges – Rouen
  3. Rouen
  4. Dieppe – Varengeville-sur-mer – Veules-les-roses
  5. Étretat – Fécamp
  6. Honfleur – The villages of the Côte Fleurie (2 days)
  7. Bayeux – Caen
  8. Landing Beaches (2 days)
  9. Cotentin Peninsula (2 days) – La Manche
  10. Mont Saint-Michel

Normandy between villages and castles

Route: 713 km | Duration: 8 days

Normandy boasts an incredible variety of landscapes and artistic and cultural heritage: in addition to the classic itineraries that follow the coastline, there are tourist circuits that pass through its beautiful green countryside where small cités de caractére, ancient villages and beautiful castles hide.

We have therefore prepared for you an itinerary dedicated to the characteristic villages and castles of Normandy, a way of discovering hidden and little-known corners of this region or a way of picking out interesting little stops to add to your itinerary.

  1. Eu – Pont Audemer
  2. Honfleur
  3. Vendeuvre – Clécy – Argentan
  4. Château d’O – Sées
  5. Château de Carrouges – Saint-Céneri-le-Gerei
  6. Alençon
  7. Beaumont-sur-Sarthe – Lassay-les-Châteaux – Domfront
  8. Granville


D-Day Landing Beaches

D-Day Landing Beaches

D-Day, the 6 June 1944 landing on the beaches of Normandy by the Allied forces, was the largest military operation in history: let's retrace the places of memory together.
Normandy with children

Normandy with children

A trip to Normandy is very interesting for children and young people, intrigued by history and nature.
The places of Monet and the Impressionists in Normandy

The places of Monet and the Impressionists in Normandy

A collection of the places that inspired the great impressionist painters in Normandy, in particular Monet, who lived between Rouen and Giverny for many years.
The most beautiful villages on the Normandy coast

The most beautiful villages on the Normandy coast

With its 600 km of coastline between Etretat and Mont Saint Michel, Normandy preserves an exceptional landscape of cliffs, harbours and villages.