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The Normandy coastline stretches along the English Channel with long beaches, traditional fishing villages and marinas.
Inland, the rolling countryside, views of fields with dairy cows and apple orchards dominate the landscape. Normandy cheeses are world famous, from creamy Camembert to the delicious Pont l’Evêque. On the cider route, it is possible to try fruits in liquid form and visit the farms where the conversion from apple to cider takes place.
Over the years, Normandy has inspired many artists and painters, including ancient masters such as Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Even English artists have crossed the canal to paint the romance of the region’s coastline and landscape.
Today, tourists come to enjoy its sandy beaches and enjoy the region’s rich heritage. Half-timbered buildings typical of the region survive in many towns and villages along with bourgeois villas from the Belle Epoque period.
The most popular places in Normady are the monastery of Mont St. Michel and a trip to the city of Bayeux with the famous embroidered wallpaper. Bayeux was the first place in Normandy to be liberated after D-Day. North of the city are the beaches that saw action during the Allied invasion of France during World War II.
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