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NORMANDY: Visiting the D-Day Beaches and more …

Arromanches was one of the centerpoints of the D-Day landings. Today, it hosts a large museum that explains the nuts and bolts of the great invasion … The landings are commemorated in the monuments, museums and the war graves of the thousands who gave their lives. There are numerous wonderful places to visit throughout Normandy – […]

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The Normandy blog’s first anniversary!

_______    ___________  ________ Now you all know where Normandy is and what it’s world famous for  – The Bayeux Tapestry Mont St Michel The Normandy landing beaches of D-day 1944 . . We’ve been telling you about all the other wonderful things this fantastic region of France has to offer for over a year. […]

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Normandy – a popular destination

It’s easy to see why Normandy has become a popular destination – both for holidaymakers and those wishing to buy a French home in Normandy. With a whopping 375 miles of coastline you’re never that far from the sea. With three ferry ports to choose from – Cherbourg, Caen (Ouistreham) and Le Havre – access […]

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