At the heart of the beautiful Côte de Nacre, renowned for its long stretches of fine sand, and not far from the D-Day landing beaches, stretches the Rochers du Calvados. This rocky formation has a fascinating past that will feed your imagination.
A dozen kilometres long in the 18th century, it was once a great danger to incoming ships. Today, erosion has taken its toll and the rock is now only one kilometre long. It is however visible during very low tides – the perfect (and only) time to plan an enjoyable trip out to sea off the coast of Langrune. Lulled by the gentle swaying of your caravel sailboat or bravely perched on a stand up paddle board, you'll disembark on the mysterious rock, where shellfish and crustaceans abound. If you like, you'll be initiated into the joys of gathering seafood by hand, or you can simply come to observe and take in the rich variety of flora and fauna in an exceptional setting. An enjoyable escapade, open to all, with the family or with friends.FICHE4
Mean(s) of payments :
Postal or bank cheques,
Pets allowed : yes
From Monday, January 1, 2024 to Sunday, December 15, 2024 :
by reservation only
From Sunday, January 1, 2023 to Sunday, December 31, 2023
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