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.