In c? Heart of the Grove, just steps from the Suisse Normande, Flers is a city that claims more than ever its place as the second attraction of the department. Quality accommodation in a quality environment: this is probably the main asset of a city that combines cultural vibrancy and economic vitality in c? Ur 3rd employment area of Lower Normandy. In all areas expressed the dynamism of the city, a martyred city that has suffered many bombings in 1944, but has managed to rebuild and modernize maintaining a beautiful architectural heritage.
And lively trading town, located at the intersection of the axes Paris-Caen and Granville-Laval, Flers is known by the importance of the events taking place.
Gastronomic specialty: flérien beak and duck pie.
Flers has an exceptional natural and architectural heritage whose centerpiece is the castle and park of 7 hectares. Monument must, bordered by two ponds, Flers castle, surrounded by deep moats, houses the treasures of the museum. We discover collections of Fine Arts (Corot, Caillebotte ...), decorative arts but also local history that evoke the textile industry in the 19th (looms) and life in the eighteenth Norman.
Side nature or landside Flers is an invitation to the practice of sports and cultural activities including quality equipment:
Capfl'O Aquatic Centre (the largest in the region).
Dedicated rugby stadium.
Hazé Stadium (football, athletics).
Sports hall with 500 seats with rooms dedicated to table tennis and boxing.
Hiking Trail (17 signposted and well maintained).
Halls: Forum (700 seats and 1000 standing) - Madeleine Louaintier Centre (220 seats).