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Jullouville

Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Manche

Jullouville - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Manche
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Jullouville is the resort of Mont-Saint-Michel bay located on the west coast of the English Channel in Normandy. The city offers a unique view of Cancale in Granville while passing by the tip of Grouin and the archipelago of Chausey.

Enjoying a mild climate that allows the presence of southern plants, Jullouville offers beautiful sandy beach that spans almost three kilometers to the delight of nature lovers like sports: swimming, sailing, kite surfing, skimboarding, funboard, angling, beach sports, recreational fishing...

In summer Jullouville is THE must-resort with its many shops, restaurants, bars, entertainment, funfair, markets and sports tournaments.

The hinterland, quiet and green, offers fans of walks, bicycle or equestrian many hiking trails through Normandy.

Geographical information

MunicipalityJullouville
Postcode50610
Tourism labels
Latitude48.7708850 (N 48° 46’ 15”)
Longitude-1.5673320 (W 1° 34’ 2”)
Surface area21.88 km²
Population2375 inhabitants
Density108 inhabitants/km²
PrefectureSaint-Lô (38 mi, 1h06)
Insee code50066
IntercommunalityCC de Granville, Terre et Mer
DepartmentManche
RegionNormandy

Nearest cities & towns

Carolles1.9 mi (5 min)
Saint-Michel-des-Loups2.8 mi (8 min)
Saint-Pair-sur-Mer3.2 mi (9 min)
Saint-Pierre-Langers3.8 mi (10 min)
Champeaux4.1 mi (11 min)
Saint-Jean-le-Thomas4.7 mi (12 min)
Saint-Aubin-des-Préaux4.9 mi (13 min)
Granville5.7 mi (17 min)
Saint-Planchers5.7 mi (15 min)
Dragey-Ronthon6.3 mi (16 min)
Sartilly-Baie-Bocage6.8 mi (14 min)
Anctoville-sur-Boscq7.1 mi (16 min)
Yquelon7.3 mi (18 min)

Things to see and do

The former Hotel Casino: Heart of the station, built between 1881 and 1883, the three main avenues converge on him. The Casino offers first guests of Jullouville cultural, theatrical and musical, with gaming circle. He was home at the time 3 bathrooms painting exhibitions. One of the first lounges nicknamed "The Turtle" took place there in 1884. It currently houses a residential accommodation, and a restaurant on the ground floor.

The Château de la Mare: Built in 1907 by Messrs Jorre and Juy, great hunting and fishing enthusiasts, it was bought in 1930 by the city of Saint Ouen which adds a new brick building and established a colony holidays. He became in 1944 the headquarters of the allied forces led by General Eisenhower stayed there for two months. Local surrounding it are currently an authorized visitor center by the National Education and lodgings.

Jullouville the valley of painters and the viaduct in the valley of painters: A lovely walk through the woods through the valley of painters. Originally built for the railway, between Granville and Avranches, the viaduct spans a deep ravine in the hollow of which flows the stream the Crapeux. This valley was a great inspiration to many painters attached to the region (Jacques Simon, Emile Dardoize Edmond Debon, Eugene Paturier Guillaumin, etc.).

The old station: Between 1908 and 1935, Jullouville was served by the Granville-Avranches online. The line followed the coastal road to Edenville and crossed the massif of Pignon Névourie up the valley of the painters from the north. The average speed was 20 km / h, with peaks of 45 km / h. In 1935, buses replaced the train. The old station is now home to the Tourist Office.

The steeple of the church of Bouillon and his apple tree: The walls of the church tower springs curiously, outside, the large branch of an apple tree, the most famous of the region. It is said that a seed, a seed, mixed mortar of the wall, kept a parcel of life, and woke up, taking advantage of favorable circumstances, such a hint of moisture. Its age is probably over 150 years and every spring it bears flowers and apples fall "safe" (sour).

Menhir Vaumoisson: Popularly called the stone the devil. It is said that Satan, in charge of the block that he went out to Chausey, wore for construction of the Pont au Bault. He climbed the pinion when he saw a priest with his stole. At the sight of this opponent, he sank his burden. Its 5 claws remained footprints in granite and place of the meeting rose a cross (since transferred to the cemetery of Bouillon), picture of faith in front of the work of the devil. This megalithic stone would actually be a place of sacrifice and symbol of druidic worship of the ancient peoples of the region.

Fisheries Jullouville: On the coast, the tide suggests a construction edging stones fisheries. They are established since the fifteenth century. The first were built of wood. This V-shaped, made of piles of stones, used to catch fish and some crustaceans such as cuttlefish, spider crabs, shrimp, sardines, mackerel, plaice, sole... The few private fisheries yet in working order are currently intended for limited use, this being due to the scarcity of cash and maintenance difficulties.

Sport: Beach Jullouville and its lake offer a huge playground for lovers of sailing and navigation. This is the spot to discover for kite surfing lovers.

Places of interest

Information points
Leisure centres

Events and festivities

Horse Racing: The 8 May each year, Jullouville Beach transforms the time of low tide and became the marine racecourse of the hold. Seven races it compete with the sea in the background. This tradition, perpetuated by society horseracing Jullouville, date of 1886. The spectacle of this ephemeral arena is entirely dependent on the tide and the date of the event corresponds with a trip by a factor greater than 95 with a tide low around 16:30. A real village taking shape and which has more than 1500 spectators and more than 100 horses and jockeys.

Entertainment: Every Friday in July and August, the town center becomes pedestrian Jullouville time a party where are offered 6 free outdoor concerts and where there are many unpackers... This is the place Involved residents and visitors to the area!

Crazy Paintings
The Ecume Party summer
Tennis Jullouville: Veterans Departmental Finals
Fire of St. John
Mr. Ribouldingue's concert
Fireworks
Games Recover and Wood!
Visit of the Tourist Office: the G.I. Among the History
Empty-attics
Brocante of the Professionals

Photos

The most beautiful beach of South Channel
The most beautiful beach of South Channel
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Panorama from the hiking path
Panorama from the hiking path
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Former Casino
Former Casino
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The Notre -Dame-des -Dunes
The Notre -Dame-des -Dunes
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More than 50 artists are available to you during the summer
More than 50 artists are available to you during the summer
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Weather

Tuesday 23 may
Min. 12°C - Max. 19°C
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Wednesday 24 may
Min. 12°C - Max. 16°C
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Thursday 25 may
Min. 12°C - Max. 18°C
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Leisure activities

Last nameActivity typeRateCity
Horse-drawn carriage ride on the Champeaux cliffs
Entertainment49 € to 79 € Champeaux (2.5 mi)
Cross the Bay of Mont Saint Michel
Nature and the great outdoors9 € Genêts (7.2 mi)
Horse ride on the paths of Saint Michel
Sports sensations280 € Bréhal (9.1 mi)
Mont Saint Michel Abbey : fast-track ticket valid year-long
Culture and education10 € Le Mont-Saint-Michel (9.7 mi)
Flight over Mont Saint-Michel Bay on Ultralight Trike or Autogyro – 30 mins
Sports sensations120 € Le Val-Saint-Père (10.7 mi)

Outings

Last nameOuting typeDifficultyDurationDeparture municipality
Jullouvillais panoramas
HikeEasy3h40Jullouville
De Bouillon and his Menhir in Saint-Michel-des-Loups
HikeIntermediate4h05Jullouville
Between Earth and sea
HikeEasy3h05Saint-Pair-sur-Mer (3.2 mi)
The Villarderie
HikeEasy4h15Saint-Planchers (4.1 mi)
Consciousness
HikeEasy2h30Saint-Planchers (4.1 mi)

Restaurants

Bed & breakfasts

Vacation rentals

Campsites

Hotels

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