Dunes, capes and harbours facing the Channel Islands



Côte des Isles - Côtes des Havres



Singular and endearing landscapes made of inlets, salt meadows and fascinating dune stretches interspersed with granite capes. From Cape Carteret, on a clear day, a splendid panorama offers itself to you with the Ecréhou, Jersey and Guernsey in the distance.





 An imposing cape offering a unique panorama from the Nez de Jobourg to the Pointe du Rozel.



Long and beautiful sandy beach. Popular spot for surfers and sand yachts.
Restaurant le Sauve qui Pleut Anse de Sciotot Les Pieux



 Original menu combining local products and exotic flavours. Beautiful view on the Sciotot cove.



Beautiful panorama from Cap de Flamanville to Cap de Carteret via the Channel Islands.





Unique and fascinating landscape of "perched" dunes, some of which are 80m high. Protected site.



Superb hike with exceptional views of the Channel Islands. You'll love it.



 Charming little seaside resort with its pretty bathing cabins and belle époque villas.



1 Michelin star. Fish and seafood products are in the limelight.
Excellent!



La Maison du Biscuit Sortosville en Beaumont Côte des Isles Côte des Havres



 First an artisanal biscuit factory and now a delicatessen to discover!



Picturesque village on the edge of its harbour, a characteristic formation of this coast.



A magnificent abbey founded in the 11th century which hosts a renowned summer festival.



The harbour of Geffosses is to be discovered in winter during the passage of the migratory birds.





Beautiful fortress of the XIIth century carrying the very old legend of the geese of Pirou. To discover, an astonishing tapestry.



Episcopal city. Its cathedral is a masterpiece of Norman Gothic.



 Splendid landscape characteristic of this coast with a great ornithological wealth.



A seafaring village shaped by centuries of history that has preserved its maritime character.





Bistronomy with the best of the Normandy region - local breeders, farmers and fishermen. A real treat!



Remains of buildings from the 13th to 18th centuries surrounded by a moat and inhabited by the legend of the fairy.