The oldest vestiges date back to the 14th century. A dungeon and two watchtowers. Originally built by the Courcy family, the castle was destroyed in the...Read more
The presence of another church, also devoted to St. John the Baptist, is mentioned as early as 1181. At that date, it was donated to Barbery Abbey by Robert...Read more
This church stands between the hamlets of Grainville and Langannerie. Its porch belfry, with mosaic decor representing the Christ, is surmounted with an...Read more
Dating from 1880, this manor house, also known as a castle, is of neo-Louis XIII architecture.
Consisting of a Romanesque nave (flanked by buttresses decorated with columns) with 3 bays and a choir with 2 bays. The choir was rebuilt in the 15th century.
The Saint-Denis church is a Catholic church. It dates from the 13th Century. The building is especially remarkable for its exceptional painted decoration...Read more
Surrounded by a beautiful moat, fed by a small stream, this castle appears to date from three eras. It is very well preserved and was partly built at the...Read more
Of the castle that once belonged to the Harcourt family, hitherto known as the Versailles of Normandy, all that remains today are the park and the scorched...Read more
The Church of Quilly was built between the 11th and the 14th century. Today, it is one of the region's major cultural sites.