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Echoes of historic struggles can be experienced during your Normandy holidays - from the Norman Conquest woven into the tapestry at Bayeux, to the perils of Jeanne d'Arc in Rouen and the dramatic D-Day landings along Normandy's beaches.

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  • Discover the historic Normandy with our packages. Our package includes tours to the D-Day landing beaches, Mont Saint-Miche and accommodation.

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  • Enjoy your stay in Normandy by booking one of our fantastic hotels. These hotels are ideally located in Caen, Bayeaux and Etretat.

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  • Normandy has a lot to offer to first-time and returning visitors. Our tours will take you to the historic sites of the D-Day landing beaches including Pointe Du Hoc, Omaha Beach and Arromanches. Visit the popular Mont Saint-Michel and its abbey. Or you can explore the charming port town of Honfleur.

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  • Cruise on the magnificent Seine River and explore the charming cities of Vernon, Honfleur, Rouen, Les Andelys .

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Normandy Holiday

The Normandy region rich in history and known for the D-Day landing beaches. However, as you travel to this beautiful region, you will discover plenty of attractions from coastal ports, Mont  Saint-Michel and Monet's gardens.

The WWII landing beaches remain a popular tourist destination. The D-Day landing beaches are included in our Battlefield Tours as well. Lower Normandy also boasts several resort beaches including Deauville, Trouville and Hornfleur.

Another popular destination in Normandy is Bayeaux. It is known for its tapestry, well-preserved medieval centre and the cathedral. Mont Saint-Michel is one of the most visited landmarks in France.

Upper Normandy is known for history and art. Rouen is the capital of Upper Normandy and known as the City of Art and History. The town was damaged during WWII however it was rebuilt extensively.

Giverny is another tourist destination you don't want to miss. It is located in Normandy, between Paris and Rouen. It is best known as Monet's home for 43 years. Discover the famous gardens which inspired some of his works.

Contact the French Travel Connection Team today to book your Normandy holidays.

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