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...]

Normandy Cliffs Granted Great Site of France Membership

Normandy Cliffs Granted Great Site of France Membership

The cliffs at Etretat and surrounding coastline in Normandy, one of the most iconic views in the region, has been accepted as one of the Great Sites of France. The cliffs and 13 communes are included in the area that is now a member of … [Read more...]

Appeal Launched to Indentify War Wreck Found on Normandy Beach

Appeal Launched to Indentify War Wreck Found on Normandy Beach

Tourism officials in Granville, on the west coast of Normandy, have launched an appeal to find out the origins of a huge piece of metal that appeared on the beach during recent low tides. The piece first emerged about three hundred … [Read more...]

Mixed Summer for Tourism in Normandy

Mixed Summer for Tourism in Normandy

Summer With the French school holidays finishing this week the tourism industry in Normandy is reporting an up and down season with the poor start to the season along with the economic outlook affecting business. While some locations, … [Read more...]

Summer Weather Brings More Optimism for Normandy Tourism Industry

Summer Weather Brings More Optimism for Normandy Tourism Industry

The hot and sunny weather in Normandy in July has given renewed hope to the region’s tourism industry after a slow start to the season. With August proving to be busy the owners of hotels, holiday homes, tourism attractions and camp … [Read more...]