Discover the coastal paths of the Hague, the nature reserve of the pond of Vauville, “ le Nez de Jobourg”, the lighthouse of Goury. A breathtaking landscape!
A walk to discover in Barneville-Carteret, resort very popular with boaters. Take off to discover the Channel Islands: Alderney, Guernsey, Sark and Jersey.
Visit Cherbourg and its factory of these famous umbrellas, the ferry terminal of 1933 with the city of the sea where you can visit the first French nuclear submarine “le Redoutable”.
The Gatteville lighthouse and its 365 steps, two kilometers from Barfleur, this grandiose work was built between 1829 and 1834. It measures 75 m high, it is the second lighthouse of France and Europe.
Visit Barfleur, ranked among “The Most Beautiful Villages of France”. Discover the Fort of Saint Vaast la Hougue and the island of Tatihou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Come and discover Sainte-Mère-Eglise, a must-visit place in the history of the D-Day. Sainte-Mère-Eglise pays homage every year to its liberators, including John Steele, the famous paratrooper, who stayed on the steeple.
Browse the landing beaches, Omaha Beach and its American cemetery on Colleville sur mer, Utah Beach and its D-Day Museum. Two must-see places in our history
Many sporting activities are at your disposal evrywehere in our peninsula. The Cotentin is an ideal place for surfing, ballads on land and at sea.