Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, a historical medieval town of Cotentin nestled around its Benedictine abbey and the remains of its once mighty fortress
Month: February 2019
Portbail, a renowned seaside resort of Normandy and historical village that boasts the vestiges of the oldest Christian baptistery in Northern France
La Batterie du Roc is on Pointe du Roc in Granville and was part of the Atlantic Wall, the defense system the Germans built along Europe’s western littoral
The Cotentin Windmill in Fierville-les-Mines is the only public windmill that operates in the Cotentin region and one of the few to operate in France.
The influential Lessay Abbey was built by one of William the Conqueror’s brothers-in-arms and is considered a jewel of Norman Romanesque architecture
Saint-Gerbold Hermitage was founded by the Argouges, Lords of Gratot, and is dedicated to a Norman holy man who became bishop of Bayeux in the 7th century
Chateau de Gratot, a spectacular medieval castle located near Coutances in Normandy, is steadily restored to its original state