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What is coming to Calvados?
It is to discover or relive the wonderful visits to cultural sites and monuments that pay homage ...
This stainless steel statue, only 2 kilometres away, evokes the landing of 35,000 men on 6th June 1944.
Located above Omaha Beach, nearly 10,000 soldiers rest in peace at the Colleville-sur-mer American Cemetery.
Located at La Cambe, the cemetery where 21,222 German soldiers who fell in the fighting from June to August 1944 are buried.
La pointe du Hoc
Located 7 kilometres away, come and discover a site that was under German occupation during the Second World War.
Charles Shay Indian Mémorial
In memory of the 500 American and Canadian Indian soldiers who participated in Operation Neptune on June 6, 1944.
Omaha Beach Memorial Museum
Located 200 meters from Omaha Beach come and visit this museum dedicated to the memory of all those young soldiers who died in 1944.
Built in 1631, the imposing Château de Balleroy, fully restored and furnished, is surrounded by its French gardens and English park.
The Bayeux Tapestry
Twenty-six kilometres away, the Museum houses a 69-metre-long medieval tapestry on the conquest of England by William the Conqueror.
State forest of Cerisy
Discover the fauna and flora specific to the Normandy region.
The D-Day landing beaches
Enjoy a stroll along the beautiful D-Day landing beaches.
Numerous paths in the surroundings of the house for peaceful walks.
The Parc des Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin (Cotentin and Bessin Marshes Park)
Take the numerous hiking trails to discover a rich and varied biodiversity of flora and fauna.
And that's not all, Normandy has many surprises in store, come and discover them for yourself!
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