The coast of the Normandy

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Croissants in the morning, a baguette sandwich or crepes for lunch, mussels and oysters fresh from the sea, beautiful little towns, wonderful gardens, nature, great trails for extensive walks and hikes with amazing views, impressive coastlines, beaches and bays.

This is France, the Normandy.

1.100 km Berlin – Dieppe, France
1,080 km along the coastline of the Normandy from Dieppe to Mont Saint Michel

Here are the main spots that we marked on our map and are writing about in this report:

  • Cote d’Albâtre
    Dieppe – Veulettes-sur-Mer – Fécamp – Yport – Étretat
  • Cote de Grace – Cote Fleurie
    Honfleur – Trouville – Deauville – Houlgate
  • Plateau du Calvados
    St-Aubin-sur-Mer – Courseulles-sur-Mer – Arromanches-les-Bains
  • The D-Day Beaches: Sword, Juno, Gold, Omaha and Utah Beach
  • Ravenoville – St-Vaast-la-Hougue – Barfleur
  • Cherbourg – Landemer – Omonville-la-Rogue – St-Germain-des-Vaux – Cap de la   Hague – Auderville
  • Cap de Carteret –…

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12 thoughts on “The coast of the Normandy

      1. thanks .. in the comings weeks we will post more in the category GREEN … i.e. when being on a city escape, we love stay in boutique / green hotels … or when in the outdoors, we discovered that people should be more respectful about our nature …


      2. sounds very good…
        meanwhile there is a lot in the internet on this topic in comparison to 5-10 years ago. I love reading and living with this topic.
        that’s why we will try to also communicate more alternatives here on WP


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