Normandy Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Normandy - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Rouen 11

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The D-Day Beaches 4

Sainte-Mere-Église 2

Arromanches-les-Bains 2

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Abbaye St-Ouen

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Next to the imposing neoclassical City Hall, this stupendous example of high Gothic architecture is noted for its stained-glass windows,...

Abbaye aux Dames

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Founded in 1059 by William the Conqueror's wife, Matilda, the Abbaye aux Dames was rebuilt in the 18th century; it then served as a hospital...

Abbaye aux Hommes

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Caen's finest church, of cathedral proportions, is part of the Abbaye aux Hommes, built by William the Conqueror from local Caen stone...

Abbaye de La Trinité

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The ancient cod-fishing port of Fécamp was once a major pilgrimage site, and this magnificent abbey church bears witness to its religious...

Abbaye du Mont-St-Michel

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A magnetic beacson to millions of travelers each year, this "wonder of the Western World"—a 264-foot mound of rock topped by a history-shrouded...

Arromanches 360

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This striking movie theater has a circular screen—actually nine curved screens synchronized to show an 18-minute film titled Le Prix...

Aître St-Maclou

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This former ossuary (a charnel house used for the bodies of plague victims) is a reminder of the "Black Death" that devastated Europe...

Bayeux Tapestry

  • Museum/Gallery

Essentially a 225-foot-long embroidered scroll stitched in 1067, the Bayeux Tapestry, known in French as the Tapisserie de la Reine...

Cathédrale Notre-Dame

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Even in the so-called “City of 100 Spires” the one crowning this cathedral stands out. Erected in 1876, it’s the highest in France—a...

Cathédrale Notre-Dame

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Bayeux's mightiest edifice, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame, is a harmonious mixture of Norman and Gothic architecture. Note the portal on...

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