Normandy Wine Wins Prize at National Tasting Competition

Normandy Wine Wins Prize at National Tasting Competition

Normandy may be known throughout the world for producing cider and calvados but a wine produced in the region has won a national wine prize. The red wine from the Arpents du Soleil vineyard south east of Caen was awarded a prix … [Read more...]

Warning Over Mosquito Repellents After Container is Seized in Normandy Port

Warning Over Mosquito Repellents After Container is Seized in Normandy Port

With the mosquito biting season well underway people who have bought electric devices to repel the insects are being warned to take care after a dangerous consignment was seized in Normandy. Custom officers at Le Havre has so far … [Read more...]

Property Prices Stable in Upper Normandy, According to FNAIM Data

Property Prices Stable in Upper Normandy, According to FNAIM Data

Property prices are falling in Lower Normandy but have remained stable in Upper Normandy, according to the latest figures from various providers. When it comes to prices in France as a whole they are generally continuing to fall but with … [Read more...]

Volunteers Wanted for Art Work on D-Day Beach in Normandy

Volunteers Wanted for Art Work on D-Day Beach in Normandy

Two British based sculptors are looking for volunteers to take part in creating an art work on a D-Day beach in Normandy in September. They want to create 9,000 sand drawings on the beach at Arromanches to represent each man who died … [Read more...]

Normandy Water Mills Under Threat

Normandy Water Mills Under Threat

Water mills are a common site on the rivers of Normandy with tourists flocking to take pictures and home owners yearning to buy one. But they are apparently under threat from fishing groups. According to the Regional Association of … [Read more...]