6 September 2016

IN MEMORY OF THE LIBERATION

Fort Roule was built between 1853 and 1857 under Napoleon III on top of the mountain of the same name, which dominates the city. In June […]
31 August 2016

PARK & CASTLE DES RAVALET TOURLAVILLE

This is a superb Renaissance style castle surrounded by a 17 hectare park, with ponds,outstanding trees and a magnificent 19th century greenhouse. City hall : +33(0)2.33.87.88.89 […]
20 August 2016

MUSEUM EMMANUEL LIAIS

The museum displays curiosities, objects pertaining to natural history, archeology and ethnography from the five continents. OPEN – FURTHER INFORMATION : From 01/10 to 31/01 : […]
12 August 2016

La “Maison du biscuit” in Sortosville-en-Beaumont

La « Maison du biscuit »   This biscuit factory sells home-made cookies and biscuits of the highest quality. The shop is well decorated inside and offers a […]

Nearby (Surroundings): Barfleur, Gatteville, Tatihou, Le Nez de jobourg, …

Far from the hubbub of tourism, Cherbourg, at the far end of the Cotentin Peninsula, is a gateway to Europe, half way between the wildness of the “Hague” and the “Val de Saire” valley with its picturesque ports and preserved landscape.

We will be delighted to guide you through your choice of visits across the typical Norman “bocage” landscape.

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