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Activities and tourism in Normandy

For a weekend or a historical, natural, gourmet or glamorous stay, you are sure to fall in love with Normandy... Calvados is the birthplace of William the Conqueror and the famous D-Day beaches, which opened the doors to freedom.

From beaches to hedgerows, a Calvados with a thousand faces welcomes you. On the coast, light and colour inspired Impressionism. In the bocage, valleys and hills invite you to go green and walk in all seasons. Here, the horse is worshipped: famous stud farms, exciting races or secret paths.

It's up to you to choose the Calvados you want to discover for your holidays!

Tourism in Normandy

At the centre of the tourist circuit of the D-Day landing beaches and the Bayeux Tapestry, you can visit the historical sites that have made the Bessin region famous, starting from the Camping Reine Mathilde in Normandy.

The D-DAY museum

At Arromanches in Normandy

(located 12 kilometres from the Reine Mathilde campsite) was created to perpetuate the memory and respect of all those men who landed in Normandy.

See the site

Colleville Cemetery

In Normandy (located 8 kilometres from the Reine Mathilde campsite) with a surface area of 70ha, overlooking Omaha beach. It gathers 9387 white marble crosses perfectly aligned.

The Caen Memorial

Inaugurated on 6 June 1988 by François Mitterrand, in Normandy (35km from the campsite Reine Mathilde) it is the reference museum on the history of the 20th century.