First Spring Tides Set to Attract Thousands to Normandy Beaches

Normandy Offshore Wind Farm Meeting in Arromanches Tonight in English

Thousands of people are expected on the beaches of Normandy this weekend as the first of this year’s Spring tides make perfect conditions for shellfish gathering known as pêche à pied. For a third year running a special environmental … [Read more...]

A Thousand Years of Anglo-Normandy Relations Celebrated in Cross Channel Expos

A thousand years of cross channel relations between Normandy and the south of England is currently being celebrated at an exhibition in Rouen. It tells the story of relations between the department of Seine Maritime in Upper Normandy and … [Read more...]

Wild Mushroom Warning for Normandy Pickers

With the autumn wild mushroom picking season well under way in Normandy officials are warning people to take care about what they eat after a jump in the number of poisonings. The advice from the Department of Health says never to eat a … [Read more...]

Normandy Train Station Named as One of Best in France

Normandy Train Station Named as One of Best in France

A Normandy train station has been named as one of the best in France, most notably for its architecture and two historical frescoes painted by Louis Houpin whose posters are now highly collectable. The station which serves the coastal … [Read more...]

Normandy is More Than Just Greenfields and Fishing Ports

Normandy is More Than Just Greenfields and Fishing Ports

Visitors to Normandy this summer are being encouraged to think of the region as a place where you can experience a mini world tour and not just as green countryside and fishing ports. The marketing department of the Normandy Tourism … [Read more...]