Made famous by the “Onion Johnnies” Roscoff is surprisingly scenic with some stunning surrounding landscape, floral displays and 16th century granite houses.
A popular resort on the northern coast of Brittany best known for its beaches and for being at the centre of the Coast of Pink Granite.
The town feels more like a village, with its slanted half-timbered houses, narrow cobbled streets, footbridges spanning the rivers and the rustic atmosphere. Which all give it a distinctive Breton Celtic character.
Nestling at the bottom of the deep valley foothills of the Monts d’Arrée mountains. Morlaix is a good-looking town, with art and history. A uniquely narrow centre filled with its famous half-timbered houses, all overlooked by the towering Viaduct, a truly astonishing sight.
Dieppe is a small coastal town with white cliffs like Dover, full of restaurants, a gorgeous waterfront and marina.
Le Touquet-Paris-Plage to give it it’s full name is a quaint seaside town in the North of France and the inspiration to the very first James Bond, Casino Royale. The town is an old-fashioned and charming mix of independent shops and cosy restaurants. Once it was just an isolated moor, inhabited only by wild animals. Now it’s a family friendly resort, that some read and think it’s pronounced like Torquay. It does actually have some similarities though.
Visit Rouen with its soaring Gothic cathedral, beautifully restored medieval buildings, Rouen is one of Normandy’s most stunning destinations.
Enjoy a virtual tour of Bayeux best known for the eponymous tapestry that depicts the 11th-century Norman Conquest.
A virtual tour of Caen founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century with considerable history and soaring church towers embellishing the skyline.
Enjoy a virtual tour of Arromanches-les-Bains a seaside resort on the Atlantic coast made famous by the D Day landings of Normandy.