Heritage, landscapes, local craft and produce, Calvados simply abounds with places and sites to discover!

Set off on a holiday across Normandy’s villages and seaside resorts, where visits and discoveries punctuate your stay.
Curious visitors are sure to appreciate the many museums, sites and monuments to choose from, whilst nature lovers can marvel at the great diversity of landscapes, over parks, gardens and beaches. Not forgetting a visit to one of our local craftworkers and producers, or a tour of an agricultural or animal breeding farm. Whatever you like, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

All our beaches

Calvados' sandy beaches await you, for relaxation or a range of activities.


Parks and gardens

Take a break with nature, in Calvados


Craftworkers and producers

Craftworkers, producers, companies... open their doors


Museums, sites andmonuments

Discover the major pages in Calvados' history


The D-Day Landingbeaches and the Battle of Normandy

6th June 1944: the greatest battle of the Second World War began here, in Normandy. Normandy is a genuine open-air museum throughout which the vestiges of the D-Day Landing beaches and the Battle of Normandy are still visible to this very day: artillery batteries, bunkers, cemeteries...


Guided tours

To discover the treasures of Calvados, just follow your guide.


Les sites naturels

Come and discover a choice of zoos, farms and breeders in Calvados.


The towns ofCalvados

History and culture unveil their secrets in the streets and towns of Calvados.


Boat trips andcruises

Board for an hour or more and discover the pleasure of taking to the water!


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