You want to discover Normandy friends or even family, from a village in the Pays d'Auge, this former mill will be your haven of paix. Il is tastefully restored on 2 levels in a beautiful green setting worthy of Monet (1 hectare park). You'll love the hushed murmur of the river inhabited by brown trout, eels and other sea trout atmosphere assured charm! Ideal location for exploring this beautiful area, route ciders, manors and small villages (Moyaux, Blangny the Chateau, Cambremers), stud farms and of course the sea which lies less than 30 km (Deauville). Not recommended with young children as close to the water. For larger table ping pong and badminton are available. Lower Normandy to discover. Evoking the Basse-Normandie, we think foremost to its shores lapped by the English Channel, which was the scene of Allied landings in 1944 : these beaches now form a path memory, along the Pearl Coast. On another note, resorts prestige, the reputation of the beaches is not to make up the ' Côte Fleurie ' Honfleur, Cabourg, and also famous for its film festival, Deauville, with its boards, casinos and hotels, and its population of more upscale. Further west, the Cotentin peninsula and the interior are characterized by Normandy and its half-timbered farmhouses, forming a verdant countryside tidy and well maintained. Of this region are from the Norman specialties, cider, calvados, camembert or tripe Caen, prefecture. Located in the heart of the plain of Normandy, the city has its memorial, dedicated to reflections on war and how to avoid it. Finally, at the western end of the region, visiting the spectacular Mont Saint -Michel and its bay continues to move crowds. ' 2014 will be the last opportunity to Normandy to host the World Equestrian Games and organize celebrations of the anniversary of 70 years of the landing of our Allies in 1944.