A long wooden pier on the port side, a striking calvary to starboard. The very entrance to the lively harbour town of Courseulles offers quite singular images to cherish.
In the small basin, you can almost hear the whisper of local rumours. And you berth just a few steps from the town’s seafood restaurants and many stores. Here, the local fishermen sell their fresh fish and seafood from the day’s catch. A truly lively port of call, and a gateway to history and remembrance. The D-Day Landing beaches are in the vicinity, as is Arromanches, just 10 nautical miles westwards.
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Marinas : Boat ramp, Floating docks
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Pets allowed : yes