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Things to do

Historische Stätte
“What can one say? Many ways to get there. Bus. Horse drawn carriage. By foot. Also guided walking tours across the bay to the Mont (prepare to get wet in the process). A unique experience. ”
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Museum
“Sous-marin, aquariums, exposition Titanic, profondeur des océans, voici 3 heures à une journée complète à vous émerveiller. It's a great sea museum with a submarin, Titanic exhibition, aquariums...”
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Archipelago
“You can get to this lovely island from Granville and also have a meal onboard during the one hour crossing. vedettesjoliefrance.com”
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Beach
“There are many D Day beaches and tours all within just over an hours drive. Depending on when you are here will depend on events being held. Please check online for details. Museums often charge entry fees. ”
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Friedhof
“Le cimetière Américain qui surplombe la plage d'Omaha Beach, une vue incroyable dans un lieu de recueillement très fort. Par beau temps, vous tenterez peut être la baignade ou la pratique du char à voile...”
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Museum
“If you are a fashion aficionado then the Christian Dior Museum is a must see whilst in Granville. The Belle Époque mansion was originally the Dior family home before they moved to Paris and continued as a sea-side holiday home (and a retreat during the ravages of the First World War) until the Diors were forced to sell it to the town of Granville in 1932. There are magnificent sea views from the cliff top and in a clear day you can see the islands of Chausey and even Jersey. Perfume workshops are held in September. Open: May to October Address: 1 Rue d'Estouteville, 50400 Granville, France”
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Essen
“sells every kind of biscuit, chocolate, sweets, honey, alcohol, wholefood, I could go on and on! It's also a great cafe to while away a few hours in a very unique place! A recommended place to buy very well presen”
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Zoo
“Whatever your feeling about zoos, take a picnic and enjoy a day here where the wild animals have plenty of space to roam about. Our grandchildren particularly enjoy the antics of the penguins in their pool - they seem to know when to show off! The zoo is fairly level for pushchairs and extends both sides of the main road.”
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Natural Feature
“La pointe du Grouin, et son magnifique panorama, un incontournable de la destination Saint-Malo - Baie du Mont-Saint-Michel.”
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Beach
“Utah Beach is one of the two American landing zones in Normandy. This beach was created by British general Bernard Montgomery who wished to establish a beachhead directly in the Cotentin peninsula in order to capture Cherbourg faster, because of its deep water harbor and its major logistic importance.”
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Historische Stätte
“This really surpassed our expectations. The story of the D Day landings is beautifully captured - you can walk into the bomb craters and shelters. Fantastic views too. ”
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Nature
“Ne cherchez pas trop loin, vous y êtes. You are right there. Verliehren Sie keine Zeit mit Sightseeing, sie sind schon da.”
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Beach
“The WWII Normandy landing beaches need no introduction. Your choice as to where you go. Lots of different museums. Re-enactments are usually carried out around the annual anniversary of the landing date (6th June 1944). All very sobering. Lamentably much of historic Normandy was destroyed in the process - mainly from Allied bombings prior to and during the Landings. ”
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Zoo
“Zoo de Jurques We’re generally not a fan of zoos but I highly recommend this one. It has active breeding programmes with a heavy influence on education. Set in a huge forest it feels far from ‘zoo like’. The enclosures are huge, appropriate and well kept. Animals are all in very good condition and the keepers are friendly and helpful. There are 2 paths to complete with various feeding times to view, which are easy to follow. Parking is free. There are lovely play areas by the cafes and gift shops. The picnic area is well appointed by car park area P5. *Go in to the gift shop and request to leave for your picnic. They will stamp your hand and let you out!”
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Natural Feature
“La Hague, la petite Irlande Normande La Hague, cap à l'ouest du Cotentin est le site incontournable de vos vacances en Normandie. La commune d'Auderville est située à la pointe de la Hague longée par le Raz Blanchard, l'un des plus forts courants de marée du monde dus aux hauts fonds entre le cap de la Hague et les îles Anglo-Normandes. A découvrir à pied sur le sentier des douaniers, à partir de Landemer en passant par Omonville-La-Rogue, port aux nombreuses maisons de granit, Port-Racine, petit port atypique, vers Goury puis le majestueux Nez de Jobourg, et, au-delà vers les landes de Vauville ou encore Biville et son formidable espace dunaire, ou en parcourant ses villages authentiques, comme Omonville-La-Petite, vous serez séduit par les paysages grandioses et ses points de vue sur les falaises, ports et plages sauvages, phares et paturages où les moutons appellés "les roussins" race typique et rustique de la Hague, profitent des embruns.”
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Natural Feature
“Ces falaises parmi les plus hautes d'Europe qui donnent au Cotentin un petit goût d'Irlande. A moins que ce ne soit l'inverse ! A Jobourg ou ailleurs, partout dans la Hague, profitez du chemin des douaniers.”
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