About ten kilometers from Vire and Villedieu-les-Poêles, Saint-Sever-Calvados is mostly occupied by the beautiful forest of Saint-Sever.
The city takes its name from Sever, a former bishop of Avranches, the main character of a legend related to the local forest. Located in the heart of the Normandy countryside, the town of Saint-Sever-Calvados is an opportunity to admire the typical nature of this part of Normandy, and appreciate a beautiful architecture made from blue granite. The beautiful monuments, witnesses of the illustrious past of Saint-Sever-Calvados, do not miss, and allows to learn a little more about the history of this city of Normandy.
Nature and architectural heritage are marrying perfectly in this ideal site to spend pleasant holidays in family.
Fontenermont was part of the diocese of Coutances and the deanery of Montbray. The Lord Charles Du Rozel de Coulanges commanded the armies of the Chouans' revolt at the same time as General Frotté, retired to the castle of Saint-Pois.
Fontenermont was attached to the fourth bouillon of Granville and the town is currently located in the sleeve which borders 85 percent of its territory from which one can see on the hill of Bois au Cerf Mont Saint-Michel and its Bay.
Ideally located to meet three departments that are Calvados, Manche and Orne, Sept-Frères allows you to have a central point of visits to many tourist sites such as Mont-Saint-Michel and Villedieu-les- Stoves.