Normandy is less than an hour from Paris, a five-hour ferry ride from England and three hundred kilometres from the Benelux
countries. It is a land of traditions with a glorious past, which has
managed to conserve the charms of the countryside and the sea while
paying full homage to its history.
you can combine golf and swimming in the sea, golf and sailing, golf
and horse-riding, golf and sightseeing, golf and culture with many
abbeys, cathedrals and châteaux for art lovers to enjoy. From Mont-Saint-Michel to the port of Dieppe, from one end of Normandy to the other, there are places of interest as varied as they are unusual close to the numerous 9, 18 and 27 hole courses.
Île de Tatihou to the cliffs of Etretat, from the American cemetery at
Colleville to Château Gaillard, from Le Pin stud farm to Rouen, the
city with 100 bell-towers, from Honfleur to Saint-Wandrille and from
the picturesque sites of Suisse Normande to the gardens of Giverny
where Claude Monet lived, you will find that in Normandy, not only does
golf play an important part, but there is plenty to see and the food is
From Calvados to Benedictine, from creams and cheeses
to oysters and shellfish, from cider to pommeau and from fish to foie
gras, all produced locally, you will discover that ours is a region
offering every pleasure...
Rouen: a great many towers and churches dominate the town, which has over 700 half-timbered houses in its old districts.
Giverny: situated between Paris and Rouen, here you will find Monet's home with its garden permanently in flower.
Honfleur: opposite Le Havre, on the mouth of the Seine, this typical little harbour close to the capital attracts lots of Parisian visitors.
known for its casino and its famous boardwalk along the beach, this
luxurious seaside resort hosts the Festival of American Film every year.
Caen: capital of the Basse Normandie region, it played an essential role in the D-day landings.
very well-known and a great draw for visitors, the abbey of Mont
Saint-Michel, perched high above the sea, continues to fascinate all
who see it.