Originally from the Manche, I have a particular affection for the Cotentin, its wild coast and its authentic fishing villages. The smallest port in France, Port Racine, the Pointe de la Hague or the towns of Saint-Vaast-La-Hougue and Barfleur are places that I would be delighted to show you.
The Pays d'Auge
Birthplace of Norman cider and some of the most famous cheeses, this is an essential part of Normandy. From the atypical villages and their half-timbered houses to the port of Honfleur and its incomparable atmosphere, a Norman postcard.
Bayeux and its Cathedral
Spared during the Second World War, Bayeux has an impressive heritage. The historic centre, the thousand-year-old cathedral and the UNESCO-listed tapestry.
Claude Monet and the Impressionists. Settled in Giverny at the end of the 19th century, Monet put the region on the map with his works. Rouen, Etretat and the Normandy countryside were the artist's favourite subjects. A day to contemplate the sites that inspired him.