18 October 2018

Visite guidée Saumon de France

Saumon de France est l’unique élevage en France de saumon de mer. Situé à 2.5 km au large dans la rade de Cherbourg, le Saumon de […]
19 December 2016

Théo Capelle – cider works

Located in Sotteville, Théo Capelle’s cider works is one of the most popular places to buy local cider. This quaint boutique offers a wide selection of […]
8 November 2016

The Thomas Henry Museum

Located in the heart of Cherbourg, the Thomas Henry Museum is Normandy’s third Museum of fine arts and gathers a unique collection of works by Jean-François […]
17 September 2016

BASILIQUE Sainte-Trinité

The church of Cherbourg was first built in 435 but was destroyed in 841 during the Normand invasions. In the 11th century, William the Conqueror orders […]

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.

Discover the Cotentin