At 30 km from Caen, 25 km from Bayeux, Village Phase since 2004, Villers-Bocage enjoys exceptional access with the A84, linking Caen to Rennes.
Starting Point Road Traditions, the town has many shops and services, including a service area for campers.
Marketplace important since the Middle Ages, the city will continue to prosper into the 19th century, will be established when a large meat market, developed especially with the arrival of the railway to Villers-Bocage. The cattle market - now unused - reflects the importance of this trade.
Destroyed nearly 90% of City Planning is rebuilt to accommodate the traffic, while maintaining the provision in the village street, character Villers-Bocage since the Middle Ages.
Located on the track "The Last Stand" from the Historical Area of the Battle of Normandy, the site of Villers-Bocage is known for the battle of June 13, 1944, which saw the defeat of the British-cons before a German attack.
St. Martin's Church (20th century heritage site), the cattle market, the model of the city before its destruction in 1944, the Wood Ecanet ...
If you want to freely discover the history of the city and its monuments, people in Pre-Grove will tell their memories on the history of Villers-Bocage in an audio-guide available at the tourist.
Ecanet Day: The last Saturday of June, the city with the help of all associations offer a few hours of trade in this place. Music, dance, games, food and to close the evening, a bonfire followed by a magnificent fireworks display.
ATTRACTIONS, LEISURES AND ACTIVITES AROUND
Route Traditions, zoo Jurques the Souterroscope the slate, the audio-guided Aunay-sur-Odon, based Louisan sports, riding, fishing ponds, hiking trails ...